Onyshchuk I.I. Trends of supranational legal language and writing development: the case study of eurolect as a subsystem of the European Union national languages

I.I. Onyshchuk

Candidate of Juridical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of the Theory and History of State and Law, Ivano-Frankivsk Law University named after King Danilo Halytsky (Ukraine)

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Abstract. The author focuses on trends of supranational legal language and writing development. Eurolect is viewed as a subsystem of national languages of the European Union.

Key words: legal language, legal writing, legal writing technique, Eurolect, legal system, lawmaking.

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