Sunday, August 12, 2012

writing a book on language and law?

If you are writing a book length work on a topic involving the intersection of language and law, consider submitting your book proposal to Oxford University Press's Language and the Law Series. The Series invites book proposals on a wide variety of potential topics and incorporating methodological approaches useful in addressing the analysis of legal doctrines, practices, and and discourse using linguistics, communication theory, or other language-based scholarly fields.

Proposals will be peer reviewed by an editorial board composed of linguists, legal scholars, and anthropologists. Proposals and inquiries should be directed to Series editor Roger Shuy, rshuy@montana.com.

hat tip: Janet Ainsworth

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