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n Literator : Journal of Literary Criticism, Comparative Linguistics and Literary Studies - Law, language and the multilingual state :Conference proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the International Academy of Linguistic Law, Claudine Brohy, Theodorus du Plessis, Joseph G. Turl & José Woehrling (Eds.) : book review

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Abstract

This publication contains a selection of papers delivered at the 12th International Conference of the International Academy of Linguistic Law (IALL-AIDL) held in South Africa. The foreword to this publication indicates that the IALL-AIDL is an organisation established in Montreal and Paris in September 1984 to deal with the phenomena and problems pertaining to the world linguistic diversity as well as law and language, especially comparative linguistic law (or language law). Comparative linguistic law refers to the different legal and linguistic norms pertinent to the law of language, the language of law and linguistic rights (also called language rights).

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