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Law, Language, And Culture
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The first editorial of the Italian Journal of Public Law, in 2009, clarified that the essential aim of the IJPL is to serve as a bridge between legal cultures, with a view to becoming part of the new, discursive, transnational network that has emerged since the last decade  of  the  Twentieth century.  This  explains  the  choice  of English  as  the  working  language,  and  the  related  intention  to ensure  that  the  Italian  legal tradition  will  have  a  voice  in  the global legal conversation.

 

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