Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Helpful Latin Terms for English Law

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If Latin is the so-called dead language, why are we still using or studying it?

Whether in the medical or legal field, Latin is essential for professionals to learn a body of key phrases.

As a professor of English for Lawyers and translator of legal documents from Spanish, French, and Portuguese to English, here are some phrases, of course not exhaustive, commonly encountered in the US English law.

As a bonus, you may want to visit these sites to help you with legal vocabulary:

Free Law Dictionary   
Common Legal Terms   
Fed Judiciary Talking Points   
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