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February 25, 2015

In Spanish the suffix -ISTA can be added to the names of areas of law to designate a person who specializes in that area, either as a scholar or as a practicing lawyer.

There is a similar practice in English. For example, a "medievalist" is a scholar who studies the M...

February 13, 2015

Two legal terms that are often mistranslated into the Romance languages are "comparative law" and "derivative work."


Comparative law is obviously the study and comparison of the legal systems in different countries. In the Romance languages, its name would translate li...

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