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Comparative Law tips and tricks (esp. French law for non french-speaking patrons) - Legal translation tools
Sources of French Law in other languages (mostly in English, but not only). It may contain some sources for legal sources other than French. Dedicated mostly to Comparative Law tools, with a special concern towards Legal Translation.
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This French case raises the broad question of which country's law has jurisdiction over content on the Internet.
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Massachusetts Law Updates: Law French or Plain Language?

Law French was a language specifically developed for use in the English Courts in the third quarter of the thirteenth century. Part French, part archaic Anglo-Norman, with many words of Latin origin, it was a sophisticated ...
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Venice Commission :: Council of Europe

A lot of things is translated into French, the other official language of the Commission , see http://www.venice.coe.int/webforms/events/default.aspx?id=1686⟨=fr
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France Proposes New Rules for Internet Equal Access - New York Times

France Proposes New Rules for Internet Equal Access New York Times SERRAVAL, France — The French government on Tuesday called for a law requiring Internet service providers to give all the traffic on their networks equal priority, saying existing...
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Unprofessional Translation: Native Lexicographers (2)

The flourishing of Native Lexicographers is even more marked in the area of specialised technical dictionaries. Here are a few examples. Canadian financial translators all know ‘Le Sylvain’,Dictionnaire de la comptabilité, whose lexicographer, Fernand Sylvain, was a chartered accountant. French legal translators know the Dictionnaire juridique français allemand andDictionnaire juridique français anglais (‘Le Quemner‘) byThomas Quemner, a lawyer. Others still use 'Le Ginguay', a pioneer French/English dictionary of computing whose author was a translator at IBM and which has been through 14 editions since the first one in 1970:
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Perspectives from accross the Atlantic on the new French arbitration law | Canada | Norton Rose

In The Paris Journal of International Arbitration, Stéphanie Bachand co-signs an article on the reform to the arbitration law in France and highlights certain...
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Search Results for "Nicole atwill" -- 1 - 20 of 170 from the Library of Congress

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@cottinstef Here's some of the work from our former French Foreign Law

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English translations of French legal texts | Legifrance - Le service public de l'accès au droit

Legifrance is the French government entity responsible for publishing legal texts online. 

It provides access, in French, to laws and decrees published in the Journal officiel, important court rulings, collective labour agreements, standards issued by European institutions, and international treaties and agreements to which France is a party. 

For reference purposes, Legifrance also provides a number of useful links (to parliamentary assemblies, jurisdictions, independent administrative authorities…).

 

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European e-Justice Portal - Law

Information on organisation of the legal order in Member States, the rules of law and institutions responsible for their adoption
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Guide to Law Online: France (French Republic/ République française) | Law Library of Congress

This Guide to Law Online contains a selection of French legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet.
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France Proposes New Rules for Internet Equal Access | NYTimes.com

The French government on Tuesday called for a law requiring Internet service providers to give all the traffic on their networks equal priority, saying existing rules were insufficient for protecting free speech online and ensuring fair competition among Web publishers.

 

The proposal would mark a big shift in French policy and a break with existing European Union practice on the thorny issue of so-called net neutrality. And though almost certain to meet resistance from some Internet service providers, it could fuel calls for similar rules throughout the 27-country European Union.

 

The issue came to a head in France in January, when one service provider, Free, temporarily blocked users from seeing advertising sold by Google until the government ordered Free to restore access.

 

The proposal, by a French government advisory panel and endorsed by the minister overseeing digital commerce, pits companies that build and operate telecommunications systems against Internet players that rely on the networks to deliver their content to consumers. The French proposal would still need to be drafted as legislation and taken up by Parliament.

 

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Old French Law Bans Women From Wearing Pants

An antiquated French law preventing women from wearing pants has finally been removed from the books.
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Translation of French Legal Texts Now Available on Legifrance | Off ...

The French official legal portal Legifrance.gouv.fr now provides access to English translations of French legal texts. Note that these translations are for reference purposes only; the original text is also available for comparing ...
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Find French law in translation | The University of Chicago Library ...

But, you can now find at Legifrance links to the codes and other sources of French laws in English translation, such as France's Constitution, laws, and decrees. For more information, check “Translations of French legal texts: ...
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Find French law in translation | The University of Chicago Library News

The wonderful Legifrance just got even more amazing! It already offered English translations of French codes of law:

Civil code
Code of civil procedure
Code of criminal procedure
Commercial code
Consumer code
Environmental code
Insurance code
Intellectual property code
Monetary and financial code
Penal code

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(EN)-(FR)-(DE)-(NL)-(€) - ULTRAMARIN maritime dictionary | xaron

"ULTRAMARIN - illustrated encyclopedic dictionary for maritime and inland navigation - about 27.000 words, explained or commented in part in English, German, Dutch, and French.


Fields of interest: shipbuilding, marine engineering, navigation,hydraulic engineering, logistics, law. 

 

Supplementary information: rules, regulations, addresses, waterways, etc."

 

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(FR) – Political and social terms | law.kyoto-u.ac.jp

"Political and social terms / abbreviations of legal terminology France / French magazine quoted form of law-French abbreviations, organizations, other – Termes politiques et sociaux et abréviations de la terminologie juridique française – フランス語法律雑誌の略号・引用形/フランス語法律用語の略語/フランスの政治・社会用語、組織、その他"

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Traductions / Accueil | Legifrance - Le service public de l'accès au droit

Legifrance, le service public de la diffusion du droit par l'Internet, donne accès au droit français : la Constitution, les codes, lois et règlements, les conventions collectives et la jurisprudence des cours et tribunaux.
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