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The Syntax of Justice: Law, Language, Access & Exclusion The Syntax of Justice: Law, Language, Access & Exclusion

This conference, hosted by the School of Law in March 2017, brought together leading academics to discuss how linguistic misunderstandings can lead to exclusion and injustice, and how linguistic research can offer insight into productive legal reforms.

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Margaret Hahn-Dupont, Associate Teaching Professor, Northeastern University School of Law
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Margaret Hahn-Dupont, Associate Teaching Professor, Northeastern University School of Law
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Janet Randall, Professor, Linguistics Program and English Department, Northeastern University
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Barbara Pearson, Research Associate and Project Manager, Departments of Linguistics and Communication Disorders, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Faviana Olivier, Lecturer, English Department, Northeastern University
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Steven Winter, Walter S. Gibbs Professor of Constitutional Law, Wayne Law, Wayne State University
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Janet Ainsworth, John D. Eshelman Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law