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English for Law Students: University Course. Part II (1380,00 руб.)

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АвторыTarasova T.
ИздательствоМ.: Статут
Страниц673
ID361526
АннотацияENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS is a part of the university course of legal English for academic purposes. It is addressed to law students of noncommon law countries. It is aimed at teaching students to understand the language of Anglo-American legal system, its fundamental concepts and institutions. Its goal is to enable students to deal with different types of legal texts, to become knowledgeable in current legal issues, to use proper English legal terms with regard to their own legal systems. The final objective is to stimulate students’ interest in law and language.
Кем рекомендованоУчебно-методическим объединением по юридическому образованию высших учебных заведений в качестве учебного пособия для студентов высших учебных заведений, обучающихся по направлению «Юриспруденция» и специальности «Юриспруденция»
Кому рекомендованоAlthough English for Law Students is designed as a part of the university course of legal English it can also be useful for students of the humanities, economics, social and political sciences, etc. in their self-study of English law and language.
ISBN978-5-8354-1138-2 (Part II)
УДК811.111
ББК81.2Англ
English for Law Students: University Course. Part II = [Английский язык для студентов-юристов] : учеб. пособие / ред. T. Tarasova .— Москва : Статут, 2016 .— 673 с. — Текст на англ. яз. — ISBN 978-5-8354-1138-2 (Part II) .— ISBN 978-5-8354-0977-8 .— URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/361526 (дата обращения: 28.10.2021)

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M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Law School Department of Foreign Languages ENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS is a part of the university course of legal English for academic purposes. <...> Part II M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Law School Department of Foreign Languages ENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS UNIVERSITY COURSE Part II ENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS: UNIVERSITY COURSE M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Law School Department of Foreign Languages ENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS UNIVERSITY COURSE Part II Рекомендовано Учебно-методическим объединением по юридическому образованию высших учебных заведений в качестве учебного пособия для студентов высших учебных заведений, обучающихся по направлению «Юриспруденция» и специальности «Юриспруденция» МОСКВА 2016 УДК 802/809.1 ББК 81.2 Е 58 EDITED BY Tatiana Tarasova CONTRIBUTORS: Natalya Berezhneva, Asya Goloborodko, Dina Karpova, Tatiana Patenkova, Tatiana Tarasova REVIEWED BY Suren Avakjan, Professor of Law, Eugenia Yakovleva, Professor of Linguistics, Anna Lebedeva, Professor of Liguistics Е 58 English for Law Students: University Course / Ed. by T. Tarasova. <...> The First National Government under the Constitution . 70 UNIT II AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONALISM: ORIGINS AND PRINCIPLES Text 1. <...> The Intent of the Framers Versus the Modern American Presidency . 332 UNIT V THE ORGANIZATION OF COURTS IN THE UNITED STATES Text 1. <...> Consequences of the Dual Court System . 379 Text 4. <...> The Administrative Organization of Courts . 392 UNIT VI THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT Text 1. <...> Judicial Review . 502 Glossary . 526 Keys . 652 References .671 FOREWORD English for Law Students PART II is designed • to meet the students’ needs in acquiring both language through law and law through language; • to strengthen their reading and writing skills; • to develop the students’ ability to analyze, summarize and interpret legal texts concerning particular legal area or issue; • to introduce common law terms, concepts and institutions to the students of a non-common law system; • to increase their competence in legal language usage; • to provide thought provoking materials; • to encourage analytical approach to and comparative studies of current legal issues and reforms <...>
English_for_Law_StudentsUniversity_Course_Part_II_Английский_язык_для_студентов-юристов._На_английском_языке_(1).pdf
УДК 802/809.1 ББК 81.2 Е 58 EDITED BY Tatiana Tarasova CONTRIBUTORS: Natalya Berezhneva, Asya Goloborodko, Dina Karpova, Tatiana Patenkova, Tatiana Tarasova REVIEWED BY Suren Avakjan, Professor of Law, Eugenia Yakovleva, Professor of Linguistics, Anna Lebedeva, Professor of Liguistics Е 58 English for Law Students: University Course / Ed. by T. Tarasova. Part II. – Moscow: STATUT, 2016. – 672 p. [Английский язык для студентов-юристов. – М.: Статут, 2016. – На английском языке] ISBN 978-5-8354-1138-2 (Part II; softback) ISBN 978-5-8354-0977-8 ENGLISH FOR LAW STUDENTS is a part of the university course of legal English for academic purposes. It is addressed to law students of noncommon law countries. It is aimed at teaching students to understand the language of Anglo-American legal system, its fundamental concepts and institutions. Its goal is to enable students to deal with different types of legal texts, to become knowledgeable in current legal issues, to use proper English legal terms with regard to their own legal systems. The final objective is to stimulate students’ interest in law and language. Although English for Law Students is designed as a part of the university course of legal English it can also be useful for students of the humanities, economics, social and political sciences, etc. in their self-study of English law and language. ISBN 978-5-8354-1138-2 (Part II) ISBN 978-5-8354-0977-8 УДК 802/809.1 ББК 81.2 © Contributors, 2015 © Издательство «Статут» (Statut Publishing House), 2015
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CONTENTS Foreword .............................................................................6 UNIT I THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION Text 1. The Need for a New Constitution .............................8 Text 2. The Actual Writers of the Constitution ................... 25 Text 3. “We the People of the United States” ..................... 42 Text 4. Ratification of the Constitution .............................. 58 Text 5. The First National Government under the Constitution ..................................................... 70 UNIT II AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONALISM: ORIGINS AND PRINCIPLES Text 1. The Origins of American Constitutionalism ............ 83 Text 2. American Circumstances ...................................... 107 Text 3. The American Constitutional System: Principal Characteristics ...................................... 131 UNIT III U.S. CONGRESS Text 1. Historical and Constitutional Background of Legislative Power ............................................. 152 Text 2. Congress Membership .......................................... 168 Text 3. Sources of Legislation .......................................... 181 Text 4. Introduction and Referral to Committees ............. 190 Text 5. Senate Action ....................................................... 202 3
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CONTENTS Text 6. Congress’s Investigative Oversight Role ................ 215 Text 7. The Enactment Process ........................................ 225 Text 8. The Party Organization ........................................ 231 Text 9. Representative Government ................................. 238 UNIT IV U.S. PRESIDENCY Text 1. The Chief Executive ............................................. 246 Text 2. The Power of Appointment .................................. 257 Text 3. Enumerated, Implied, Inherent Powers ................. 268 Text 4. The Treaty-Making Power .................................... 277 Text 5. Executive Agreements ........................................... 289 Text 6. The Presidential Veto ............................................ 300 Text 7. The President as Legislator ................................... 308 Text 8. Impeachment ....................................................... 324 Text 9. The Intent of the Framers Versus the Modern American Presidency ......................... 332 UNIT V THE ORGANIZATION OF COURTS IN THE UNITED STATES Text 1. State Courts v. Federal Courts ............................... 347 Text 2. The Structure of American Courts .........................361 Text 3. Consequences of the Dual Court System ............... 379 Text 4. The Administrative Organization of Courts ........... 392 UNIT VI THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT Text 1. The Court and Constitutional Interpretation ..........411 Text 2. The Court as an Institution ................................... 428 4
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CONTENTS Text 3. Constitutional Guide and Modern Developments ...................................................... 448 Text 4. The Court and its Procedures ............................... 466 Text 5. A Unique Court.................................................... 479 Text 6. Judicial Review ..................................................... 502 Glossary .......................................................................... 526 Keys ................................................................................ 652 References ........................................................................671
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