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Call for papers for the 5th International Conference on Law, Language and Discourse

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Theme: Communication and Fairness in Legal Settings

27th September - 1st October, 2015

For the first time the Conference, with the theme Communication and Fairness in Legal Settings, takes place outside China. The Conference gives an opportunity to the participants in a global context to present, listen to and discuss in plenary sessions and workshops fundamental issues on this topic from several perspectives such as for example rhetoric, children, vulnerable groups, gender, costs and so on.

Invited speakers come except from China and Sweden also from all around the world, namely from Finland, Denmark, Lithuania, Norway, Hong Kong, Israel, France and Italy.

The Conference also includes opportunities for the participants and accompanying persons to continue their discussions during the social activities of the Conference which includes visits to historical and traditional venues of this part of Sweden.

Registration is open

  • Registration

    Registration will open 16 February 2015 and close 14th of August 2015.

Subtopics, Conference chairs, Key note speakers, Invited speakers and Scientific committee

Subtopics

  • Communication and interaction in a fair trial
  • The significance of communication and interaction in the procedural paradigm (civil and criminal proceedings)
  • Court rhetoric and fairness
  • Communication and fairness in mediation - civil- and criminal matters
  • Communication and fairness before trial
  • Communication and fairness at means of compulsion
  • Children and communication in legal settings
  • Vulnerable groups and communication in a fair legal setting
  • Gender and communication in a fair legal setting
  • The cost and benefit of communication and fairness in legal settings

Conference chairs

  • Laura Ervo, Professor, Örebro University, Sweden
  • Le Cheng, Professor, Zhejiang University, China

Key note speakers

  • Jaakko Husa, Professor, University of Lapland, Finland
  • Jan Engberg, Professor, AArhus University, Denmark

Invited speakers

  • Ulrika Andersson, Docent, Lund University, Sweden
  • Ragna Arli, Professor, University of Bergen, Norway
  • Sol Azuelos-Atias, Senior lecturer, University of Haifa, Israel
  • Tomas Berkmanas, Professor, Vytautas Magnus University, Litauen
  • Le Cheng, Professor, Zhejiang University, China
  • Hans Petter Graver, Professor, University of Oslo, Norway
  • Susan Petrilli, Professor, University of Bari, Italy
  • Augusto Ponzio, Professor, University of Bari, Italy
  • Frances Rock, Senior Lecturer, Cardiff University, UK
  • Lijin Sha, Professor, China University of Political Science and Law, China
  • Anne Wagner, Associate Professor, Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale France

Scientific committee

  • Janet Ainsworth, Professor, University of Seattle, USA
  • Eric Bylander, Docent in procedural law, Master in rhetoric, Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Le Cheng, Professor, Zhejiang University, China
  • Laura Ervo, Professor, Örebro University, Sweden
  • Craig Hoffman, Professor, Georgetown University, USA
  • Kerstin Nordlöf, Professor, Örebro University, Sweden
  • Susan Petrilli, Professor, University of Bari, Italy
  • Lijin Sha, Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
  • King-Kui Sin, Professor, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong
  • Anne Wagner, Associate Professor, Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, FranceThe 5th International Conference on Law, Language and Discourse





Schedule


Sunday 27th September

Arrival

Monday 28th September

08:00-09:30 Registration with coffee and music.
10:00-11:00 Opening ceremonies.
Vice Chancellor Jens Schollin, Dean Anna-Karin Andershed and Professor Joakim Nergelius. Students from School of Music, Örebro University.
Le Cheng, Vice President Multicultural Association of Law and Language.
11:00-12:00 Keynote speech:
  • Professor Jaakko Husa (University of Lapland, Finland) "Legal Cultures and Rhetoric - Multiplicity of Fairness?"
12:00-12:30

Photography

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:30 Key note speeches continue:
  • Professor Jan Engberg (AArhus University, Denmark) Legal linguistics and EU concepts: Implications for fair processes.
  • Professor, Vice Dean Le Cheng (Zhejiang University, China), Vice President of the Multicultural Association of Law and Language), Le Cheng "Justice and Judicial Bilingualism: A Hong Kong Perspective".
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Plenary sessions:
  • Professor - Dean Hans Petter Graver (University of Oslo, Norway) "Rhetoric and Law"

  • Professor, Deputy Dean Lijin Sha (China University of Political Science and Law, China) "Language Right in Judicial Process"
19:00 Reception and cocktails including dinner at the Elite Stora Hotellet

Tuesday 29th September

09:00-10:30 Plenary sessions:
  • Professor Ragna Arli (University of Bergen, Norway) "Punishment as Communication: Who decides the fair volume of the conversation? - A discussion of whoever is entitled to participate in the criminal trial, and of how penalty can be justified as fair, if punishment is regarded as communication”.

  • Docent Ulrika Andersson (Lund University, Sweden) “Autonomy, vulnerability and communication in criminal proceedings”.
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Plenary sessions continue:
  • Senior Lecturer, Sol Azuelos-Atias, (University of Haifa, Israel) “The use of oath in Islamic and Jewish law”.

  • Professor Tomas Berkmanas, (Vytautas Magnus Universty, Lithauen) “Doing sanctions with words': legacy, scope, fairness and future (?) of a reprimand".
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Workshops
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Workshops continue
18:00 Excursion including dinner. Bus transport to Karlskoga from the campus at 18:00. Possibility to visit the Alfred Nobel museum and the dinner at the Björkborn manor. (http://nobelmuseetikarlskoga.se/index.php/bjoerkborns-herrgard)

Wednesday 30th September

09:00-10:30 Plenary sessions:
  • Professor Susan Petrilli (University of Bari, Italy) "Justice, Fairness and Alterity".

  • Professor Augusto Ponzio (University of Bari, Italy) "Human Rights and the Rigth to Non-Functionality".
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Plenary sessions continue:
  • Senior Lecturer Frances Rock (Cardiff University, UK) "Fairness in legal systems: The significance of insider/outsider status".
  • Associate Professor Anne Wagner (Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France) "Materialization in Legal Communication in the Transfering Process".
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Workshops
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-16:50

Roundtable and Closing ceremony


Roundtable:

  • "What does fairness mean in legal settings?" Professors Jaakko Husa, Le Cheng, Lijin Sha, Kerstin Nordlöf and Anne Wagner.
16:50-17:30

Closing ceremony:


Greeting from the Multicultural Association of Law and Language, Vice-President Le Cheng.

Time to say thank you and see you soon again. Head of School Thomas Strandberg and Professor Laura Ervo.

Welcome to the LLD6 in Haifa, Senior Lecturer, Sol Azuelos-Atias.

19:30 Gala dinner at the Örebro castle

Thursday 1st October

Departure





Prices and registration

  • Early bird, February 16th 2015--March 31st: 2500 SEK.

  • April 1st 2015--May 15th: 3000 SEK.

  • 25 first entered doctoral students: 1500 SEK.

Participation in the conference, all lunches, dinners and excursions are included in the price.

  • Accompanying person: 1500 SEK. Dinners and excursions are included in the price.

VAT is included in the prices.

Registration is open

Registration opened 16 February 2015 and will close 14th of August 2015.

Terms of cancellation

Registration is binding. However, if your VISA application will not be accepted, we will accept cancellations up until 24 August and offer a full refund. No refunds will be provided for cancellations made after 24th of August. Refunds will be processed within 4 weeks after the completion of the "The 5th International Conference on Language, Law and Discourse."


Accommodation - Hotel reservations

Hotel reservations

There are rooms reserved for the conference participants at the hotels mentioned below. The rooms will be kept until July 26th, 2015 for participants in the conference. Please contact the hotel directly to make your reservation and give the booking code you find in the information below. Reservations after July 26th are possible if there are rooms still available.

Please note that the booking code is valid only for reservations by telephone call or by e-mail directly to the hotel. Internet booking is not possible with this code.

Elite Stora Hotellet

Drottninggatan 1
701 45 Örebro
Phone: + 46 19 15 69 00
E-mail: info.orebro@elite.se
Website: www.elite.se
Booking code: LLD2015
Single room: 995 SEK breakfast and VAT included
Double room: (2 pers) 1180 SEK breakfast and VAT included
Double room: (1 pers) 1095 SEK breakfast and VAT included

PJ Behrn Hotel

Stortorget 12
702 11 Örebro
Phone: + 46 19 12 00 95
E-mail: info@behrnhotell.se
Website: www.behrnhotell.se
Booking code: LLD2015
Single room: 1012 SEK breakfast and VAT included
Double room: 1366 SEK breakfast and VAT included

Clarion Hotel Örebro

Kungsgatan 14
702 11 Örebro
Phone: + 46 19 670 67 00
E-mail: cl.orebro@choice.se
website: www.nordicchoicehotels.se/clarion/clarion-hotel-orebro/
Booking code: LLD2015
Single room: 978 SEK breakfast and VAT included
Double room (twinbed): 1183 SEK breakfast and VAT included

A less expensive accommodation alternative is the hostel Livin' located in the city centre of Örebro. Please check the hostel's website for information. www.livin.se



Travel Information for Getting here

Örebro University has its main campus located in Örebro and here you find most of the students and staff. There are also three regional campuses in Grythyttan and Karlskoga. On this web page we will guide you to the main campus in Örebro. For further directions to the regional campuses, please click on the link below.

Directions and maps for the regional campuses



Abstracts

Abstracts plenary sessions


Ragna Aarli, Professor, University of Bergen, Norway
Punishment as Communication: Who decides the Fair Volume of the Conversation?

Ulrika Andersson, Associate Professor, Lund University, Sweden
Autonomy, Vulnerability and Communication in Criminal Proceedings

Sol Azuelos-Atias, Dr, Senior lecturer, University of Haifa, Israel
Biblical Oath along Time

Tomas Berkmanas, Associate Professor, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
'Doing Sanctions with Words': Legacy, Scope, Fairness and Future (?) of a Reprimand

Jaakko Husa, Professor, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
Legal Cultures and Rhetoric – Multiplicity of Fairness

Susan Petrelli, Professor, University of Bari, Italy
Justice, fairness and juridical perfectibility

Augusto Ponzio, Professor, University of Bari, Italy
Justice, unindifference and the right to non-functionality

Frances Rock, Dr, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Fairness in legal systems: The significance of insider/outsider status

Lijn Sha, Professor, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China
Language Rights in Criminal Judicial Process

Anne Wagner, Associate Professor, Université Lille 2—France. Centre Droits et Perspectives du Droit, équipe René Demogue, France
Materialization in Legal Communication in the Transfering Process

Abstracts for workshops

Aalto-Heinilä, Maija. PhD, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
What is a fair way of interpreting statutes?

Janet Ainsworth, John D. Eshelman Professor, Seattle University, USA
Procedural Justice in the Transition from Inquisitorial to Adversarial Justice Models

Lin Adrian, assistant professor, Copenhagen University, Denmark
Jonas Gabrielsen, associate professor, Roskilde University, Denmark
Anne Lise Kjær, associate professor, Copenhagen University, Denmark
Law and Language in Scandinavia

Hamad Al-Dosari, PhD, Penn State University, USA
Potential applications of linguistic cognitive theory to the law: an applied linguistic investigation

Ejarra Batu Balcha, Arsi University, Assela, Ethiopia
Semiotic Representation of Power Imbalance in Adama High Criminal Courts

Erik Björling, PhD candidate, University of Gothenburg
Narrative studies of ‘discourses of subsumption’ in Swedish court rulings

Yiqi Chen, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Xinquan Du, Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Communication and Fairness before Trial - On How to Promote the Legal System Construction of the “Criminal Reconciliation” of the Crime of Causing Traffic Casualties

Yuzhen Cui, Dr, China University of Political Science and Law
Jie Wang, Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
A Study of China Trial Fairness Based on Court Languages

Shijie Ding, Professor, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, China
On the Involvement and Role of the Media in the Chinese Trials

Xinquan Du, Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Xiaohong Yang, Associate Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Communication is an Effective Channel to Achieve Social Fairness - Communication and Fairness in Traffic Management Compulsory Administrative Measure

Jennifer Eagleton, Committee member of the Hong Kong Democratic Foundation, The Open University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s Occupy Movement: Rule of Law and Civil Disobedience in Hong Kong

Xin Fu, Dr, Northwest University of Political Science & Law, China
Right to a Fair Trial in Chinese Criminal Cases — An Empirical Analysis from the Perspective of Criminal Defence

Yi Gong, Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Li Gong, Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Feature Analysis of Criminal Language Behavior

Milena Hadryan, dr, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Unfair Bailiff Enforcement in Poland? — Notes on the standards of practice within the legal profession against the background of the parameterisation of legal terminology in the area of debt enforcement

Kate Haworth, Dr, Lecturer, Aaston University, Birmingham, UK
Police interview data in the England & Wales courtroom: routine contamination of evidence?

Masaki Inoue, professor, Kanagawa University, Japan
Notion of the Contemporary Asymmetry and Access to Justice of Vulnerable Groupe : Focusing on DV victims

Elena Ioriatti Ferrari, Associate professor, Trento University, Italy
Formulation of rights and European legal discourse: any theory behind?

Wang Jie, professor, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China
On Functions of Chinese Questions in Court Cross-examination

Sergey Korolev, professor, Institute of State and Law, Moscow, Russia
A multi-level approach to “entrepreneur-consumer communication” schemes

Caroline Laske, Dr, Genth University, Belgium
Losing touch with the common tongues - some historical and empirical evidence

Jing Li
The analysis of Pragmatic Presupposition in police interrogation

Susanna Lundell, PhD, University of Turku, Finland
Mobilization of the Law in Cases of Workplace Bullying

Yasutaka Machimura, professor, Hokkaido University
Historical review on court commumication in Japanese civil procedure

Aleksandra Matulewska, professor, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
Intersystemic and Semantic Terminological Relations– in Quest for Parameters for Comparison of Legal Terms

Almut Meyer, lecturer, University of Turku, Finland
Communication, Fairness and Culture

Muhammad Amir Munir, PhD candidate, Additional District & Sessions Judge, Jhelum, Pakistan
From Lunatic to Mentally Disordered Person to Mental Health Patient: Language as a Therapeutic Agent for Legislature and Courts in Pakistan

Eva Ng, Lecturer of Translation Programme, The University of Hong Kong, China
Language and Disadvantage before the Law: Expert Witnesses as Second Language Speakers in the Hong Kong Courtroom

Ye Ning, Associate Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Institutional communication and interaction in traffic law enforcement: effectiveness and fairness

Phillip Odiase, Dr, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Nigeria
Evaluating the Evidence of Vulnerable Groups in Achieving Fairness in Legal Proceedings in Nigeria

Michael C Ogwezzy, Dr, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria
Communication of an Interpreter and Fair Trials under Nigerian Criminal Justice System

Fabiana O. Pinho, PhD Candidate, University of Kiel, Germany and University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Fairness as the Goal of Courts Rhetorical Argumenation

Sten Schaumburg-Müller, professor, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
How not to do things with words - What is the connection between conceptions of language and freedom of speech

Guang Shi, Associate Professor, Nanjing Normal University, China
A study of attitude in Chinese Criminal Judicial Verdicts

Santo Su
Questioning the Methods of Speaker Verification in Indonesia as the Provision of Linguistic Evidence: A Study in Forensic Linguistics

Paula Trzaskawka, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Features of English and Polish Language of Law. A Case Study of Publishing Agreements

Elena Tsatsua, PhD candidate, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
The Peculiarities of Speech Act Realization and its powerful indication in courtroom discourse

Fleur Van der Houwen, Dr, Tessa Van Charldorp, Dr, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Tessa Van Charldorp, Dr, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The suspect’s right not to answer questions: from police interrogation to criminal trial

Hui Wang, Professor, Guangdong Police College, Guangzhou, China
A Brief Analysis of the Characteristics of Crime Argot

Li Weidong, Professor, School of Law, Inner Mongolia University
Translation between Mongolian and Chinese Languages in the Criminal Trial —From the Perspective of Protecting Procedural Rights of Mongolian Defendants in China

Feifei Wu, China University of Political Science and Law
Analysis on the Function and Translation of the Structure of Chinese Character Dui in the Legal Text from the Approach of Relevance Theory - Take the Criminal Procedure Law as an Example

Youping Xu, Dr, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China
Fairness mirrored in discursive practice: Mediators as gatekeepers of fairness in TV mediation in China

Zhuoting Xue, Northwest University of Politics and Law, Xi’an, China
The Translation of “Well-known Mark” in China and Its Negative Influence on Fair Competition

Fengxian Yang, Associate Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Tao Zeng, China University of Political Science and Law
An Analysis of Languages Used in Court Debate — A Case Study of Baby-girl Assault Case Daxing Beijing

Junxia Zhang, Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Xiaohong Yang, Associate Professor, Zhejiang Police College, Hangzhou, China
Language Communication Principles and Skills in Police On-site Interrogation

Lin Zhu, Associate Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Min Ding, China University of Political Science and Law
Yuyang Liu, China University of Political Science and Law
Research on Judgeship and Judge’s Discourse Act in Chinese Lawsuit Mediation