Comparative Law for Legal Translators by Guadalupe Soriano-BarabinoComparative Law for Legal Translators by Guadalupe Soriano-Barabino

Comparative Law for Legal Translators

byGuadalupe Soriano-Barabino

Paperback | August 31, 2016

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One of the central challenges facing translators of legal texts is the ability to fully understand the requirements of the various legal systems worldwide. In this respect, comparative law plays an important role in legal translation, as it allows for the identification of similarities and differences among legal systems.

While the practice of legal translation requires an excellent knowledge of comparative law for the linguistic transfer to be successful, educational institutions do not usually train their students in how to make the most of comparative law in the translation of legal texts or how to rationally solve the problems arising from the differences that inevitably exist between legal systems. After emphasizing the importance of comparative law in the field of legal translation, this volume focuses on the main concepts that characterize some of the most relevant legal systems in the world and puts theory into practice by offering some exercises on comparative law applied to translation.

This volume will be of interest to the growing number of students, teachers, professionals and researchers working in the field of legal translation.

Guadalupe Soriano-Barabino is Senior Lecturer in Translation Studies at the University of Granada. She holds a PhD in Translation Studies (Legal Translation) as well as degrees in law and in translation and interpreting from the University of Granada. She has studied law in Spain, Ireland, the United Kingdom and France, worked as a sol...
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Title:Comparative Law for Legal TranslatorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:August 31, 2016Publisher:Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3034317255

ISBN - 13:9783034317252

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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction – Comparative Law and its Importance in Legal Translation – Legal Families and Traditions – Italy by Angela Carpi – France – Spain – Germany by Rafael Adolfo Zambrana Kuhn – England and Wales – The United States – Ireland – Training Legal Translators – Legal Translation in the Classroom – Contrat de travail à durée indéterminée – Salarié du Particulier employeur – Contrato de trabajo indefinido del servicio del hogar familiar.

Editorial Reviews

«Soriano-Barabino [...] brings together theory and practice in a pedagogical manner with a volume that is worth including in all reading lists for legal translation training programmes.»
(Javier Moreno-Rivero, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, May 2017)