Interpretation of the Concept Gender in Legal Discourse

@inproceedings{Rudevska2018InterpretationOT,
  title={Interpretation of the Concept Gender in Legal Discourse},
  author={Baiba Rudevska and Gunta Roziņa and Indra Karapetjana},
  year={2018}
}
It is commonly accepted that the language of law is often considered to be a highly traditional and, to a certain extent, a conservative means of professional communication, which tends to be stereotypically viewed impenetrable by the layman. Various peculiarities of the language of law and the fact that many legal systems differ all over the world in terms of their origins and frameworks often make legal discourse difficult to comprehend. To communicate professionally, the English… 
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