Reconciling Language Teaching and Legal Concepts  
	Elsa Liebenberg, Law Faculty, University of Nice, France

As English has become the lingua franca in the fields of international 
law, the question arises whether legal concepts should be lectured to 
non-native speakers studying law, in English directly, or whether by 
means of a process of collaboration between the legal specialist and 
the language teacher. Although the teaching of Legal English has been 
developed on a very large scale in France, teaching Law in English is 
not yet acceptable in a law faculty.      

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