Nationalising English Legal Language Pedagogy in L2 Genre-Based Writing: Legal Problem Question in the UK Loci of Law. Implications and Challenges for the Pluricentricity of a Legal English Pedagogy
It is widely recognised that the prominent role of English as a global language affects the nature and form of English used in cross-cultural settings. Over the last decades, this role has formed the subject of a wider and interesting debate among researchers from different theoretical perspectives - most notably in the analyses of Crystal (1997, 2003a/b), House (1999), Jenkins (2000, 2003, 2006), Maley (1985) Mc Kay (2002), and Seidlhofer (2001, 2002, 2004).
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