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Monday, 4.3.2019

Arrival of the speakers at Hotel Astor 

18:00-21:00 Warming up, Cafe Island (Italian food)



Tuesday, 5.3.2019

Campus Grifflenberg, "Senatssaal" in building K, room number K.11.07 

09:30-10:00 registration, coffee, posters

10:00-10:30 Prorektor Michael Scheffel, Monika Rathert: Welcome & Opening

10:30-11:15 Jacqueline Visconti (University of Genova): On the clarity of court proceedings

11:15-12:00 Agnieszka Doczekalska (Kozminski University): Languages in contact - multilingual and multicentric legislative drafting in the European Union from the perspective of a Member State

12:00-13:30 lunch on campus

13:30-14:15 Luping Zhang (China University of Political Science and Law): Linguistic Look at the Internet Defamation-- A Case Study 

14:15-15:00 Ino Augsberg (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel): Legal philology

15:00-15:30 coffee, posters

15:30-16:15 Janny Leung (The University of Hong Kong): Making Sense of Legal Multilingualism

16:15-17:00 Richard Powell (Nihon University): Multilingualism, multiculturalism and multijuralism in Malaysian law


Evening program for the invited speakers: Guided tour through the Historische Stadthalle (in English) and dinner downtown (Alaturka, a Turkish restaurant).



Wednesday, 6.3.2019

Campus Grifflenberg, "Senatssaal" in building K, room number K.11.07 

09:30-10:00 registration, coffee, posters

10:00-10:45 Robin Riner (Marshall University): A culture of killing?: The language of Texas death penalty jurors

10:45-11:30 Chris Heffer (Cardiff University): Perjury and Pathology: The Multifarious Nature of Untruthfulness in the Legal Process

11:30-11:45 short break

11:45-12:30 Silvia Ferreri (Turin University): False friends in English legal language

12:30-14:00 lunch on campus

14:00-14:45 Tommaso Agnoloni (ITTIG Florence): Semantic technologies for Law and Language

14:45-15:30 Guilia Venturi (ILC-CNR Pisa): Natural Language Processing methods to support legal communication

15:30-16:00 coffee, posters

16:00-16:45 Joanna Osiejewicz (University of Warsaw): Towards the Clear and Plain Language in the EU Legal Communication

16:45-17:30 Alan Durant (Middlesex University): Legal uses of language: ‘key words’ in intellectual property law


Evening program for the invited speakers: Sightseeing in Wuppertal with a guide, in combination with bar-hopping (pub crawl).



Thursday, 7.3.2019

Campus Grifflenberg, building VW, room number VW.10.001 

08:30-09:00 registration, coffee, posters

09:00-09:45 Christine Corcos (Louisiana State University): Alienating the Other: Psychics and Fortunetellers in Narratives of Trials and Popular Culture

09:45-10:30 Peter Robson (University of Strathclyde): Vengeance in Film - developments in the 21st century

10:30-11:00 coffee, posters

11:00-11:45 Larry Solan (Brooklyn Law School): The Promise of  Europe’s Multilingual Legal Order: Has it been Fulfilled?

11:45-12:30 Werner Gephart & Theresa Strombach (Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur“): Legal Communication in the Light of the Law-as-Culture-Paradigm

12:30-13:00 plenary discussion

13:00-14:00 Kurdish buffet in room VW.10.002 for the invited speakers, farewell