domenica 18 settembre 2011

Inizio corso di lingua inglese

Le lezioni del corso di inglese avranno inizio lunedi 03 ottobre ore 11:00 -
Gli studenti sono invitati a prendere visione del programma disponibile on line e a presentarsi a lezione muniti di una copia del libro di testo -
§ A. Krois-Lindner, M. Firth Introduction to International legal English, CUP, 2008

5 commenti:

M8Iule ha detto...

Buongiorno Prof. Ho provato a scaricare il documento relativo al programma, ma una volta che clicco il link, mi appare una pagina con scritto "Spiacenti, non è possibile recuperare il documento per la visualizzazione o non disponi dell'autorizzazione per visualizzare questo documento." Volevo sapere, se possibile, se c'è un altro link da cui scaricarlo. La ringrazio anticipatamente.

Dott.ssa Maria Lombardi ha detto...

credo di aver sistemato... ad ogni modo sul sito iuraionica.net il programma è disponibile dal 20 settembre!

Anonimo ha detto...

it would be very appropriate that among the elective courses of the degree course there were a legal english course part II e.g. maybe we could do another volume of Cambridge. We absolutely can not study law of the european communities without having the language of the EC. if you go to europe without perfectly knowing the language you are completely out whatever your level of knowledge of law is. it seems a way of seeing of the northem league the disregard of english
Giuseppe

Anonimo ha detto...

Buonasera prof. Lombardi, vorrei sapere dove si trova l'elenco "sostenuto entry test". Grazie e buona serata

giuseppe chiffi ha detto...

Cisco to challenge Microsoft Skype deal at EU court
The networking giant said conditions needed to be set to ensure Microsoft would not block other video services.

In October, the European Union had ruled the deal would not impede competition.

But Cisco has called on the European Commission to introduce open standards similar to those used for mobile phones.

"Cisco does not oppose the merger, but believes the European Commission should have placed conditions that would ensure greater standards-based interoperability," Cisco's video conferencing head Martin De Beer wrote in a blog post.

European Commission spokesman Antoine Colombani said: "We will defend our decision in court."

Open standards
Skype has over 650 million users worldwide.

Its takeover by Microsoft, announced in May last year, is the software giant's single biggest acquisition.

Cisco offers its own video conferencing service called WebEx. Open standards for video services would potentially allow calls to be made between WebEx and Skype, as well as other services like Google Video.

Without such a standard, Mr De Beer said Microsoft could control "the future of video communications".

"Making a video-to-video call should be as easy as dialling a phone number,'' he argued.

"Today, however, you can't make seamless video calls from one platform to another, much to the frustration of consumers and business users alike."