English for Students of Law, Зайцева С.Е., Тинигина Л.А., 2012


English for Students of Law, Зайцева С.Е., Тинигина Л.А., 2012.

Предлагаемое учебное пособие составлено на основе учебной программы курса английского языка и рассчитано на 280 аудиторных часов. Цель пособия — развитие навыков чтения профессионально-ориентированных текстов, совершенствование коммуникативных навыков устной и письменной речи на основе текстов но международному праву и юриспруденции России.
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English for Students of Law, Зайцева С.Е., Тинигина Л.А., 2012


Spotlight on Law.
The English word “law” (Scandinavian borrowing) refers to limits upon various forms of behavior. Some laws arc descriptive - they simply describe how people usually behave. Other laws are prescriptive - they prescribe how people ought to behave. In all societies, relations between people are regulated by prescriptive laws. Some of them arc customs, that is. informal rules of social and moral behaviour. Some are rules we accept if we belong to particular social institutions, such as religious, educational and cultural group. And some are precise laws made by nations and enforced against all citizens within their power.

Customs need not be made by governments, and they need not be written down. We learn how we should behave in society through the instruction of family and teachers, the advice of friends, and our own experiences. The rules of social institutions tend to be more formal than customs. Governments often consider anti-social behaviour not simply as a matter between two individuals but as a danger to the well-being and order of society as a whole. The laws made by the government of one country are often very different from the laws of another country. Law today is. to a large extent, a complex of different and relatively independent national systems.

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Chapter 1. Spotlight on Law
Unit 1
Part 1 Text: Introduction to Law
Part 2 Text: The Druids
Unit 2
Part 1 Text: Ancient Systems of Law
Part 2 Text: The Coming of the Romans
Unit 3
Part 1 Text: The Magna Carta
Part 2 Text: Britain in the 5th- 13th Centuries
Unit 4
Part 1 Text: The Bill of Rights
Part 2 Text: King Arthur
Units
Part 1 Text: The Code Napoleon
Part 2 Text: The Hundred Years’ War
Unit 6
Part 1 Text: The Roots of American Government
Part 2 Text: The Presidents of the United States
Unit 7
Part 1 Text: What Is Law?
Part 2 Text: The Form of the British Constitution
Chapter 2. Great Britain
Unit 1
Part 1 Text: The Crown
Part 2 Text: Elizabeth II
Unit 2
Part 1 Text: Government
Part 2 Text: Henry VIII
Unit 3
Part 1 Text: The British Parliament
Part 2 Text: The Golden Age of England
Unit 4
Part 1 Text: How Laws are Passed
Part 2 Text: Republic in Britain
Unit 5
Part I Text: Parliamentary Elections in Great Britain
Part 2 Text: Some Interesting Facts about the United Kingdom: Stonehenge and the Giant s Causeway
Unit 6
Part 1 Text: Political Parties of Great Britain
Part 2 Text: British Universities
Unit 7
Part 1 Text: Legal Professions in Great Britain
Part 2 Text: Holidays and Special Occasions in Great Britain
Chapter 3. The United States of America
Unit 1
Part 1 Text: Forming the New Nation
Part 2 Text: The First Americans
Unit 2
Part 1 Text: US Government
Part 2 Text: Puritan New England
Unit 3
Part 1 Text: The Executive Power
Part 2 Text: Fighting for Independence
Unit 4
Part 1 Text: The Legislature
Part 2 Text: National Symbols
Unit 5
Part 1 Text: The Judicial Brunch
Part 2 Text: American Holidays
Unit 6
Part 1 Text: Political Parties
Part 2 Text: Washington, the Nation’s Capital
Unit 7
Part 1 Text: Elections
Part 2 Text: New York
Chapter 4. Russia
Unit 1
Part 1 Text: The History of Russian Law
Part 2 Text: Russian History: Russia Before The Russians
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 2
Part 1 Text: The State System of Russia
Part 2 Text: Russian History: The Reign of Ivan The Terrible
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 3
Part 1 Text: The Parliament and the Government of the Russian Federation
Part 2 Text: Russian History: The Reign of Peter The Great
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 4
Part 1 Text: Judicial Power
Part 2 Text: Russian History: The Reign of Catherine the Great....
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 5
Part 1 Text: The Procuracy (the Prosecutor’s Office)
Part 2 Text: Discovering Moscow: the History of Moscow
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 6
Part 1 Text: The Russian Bar
Part 2 Text: Discovering Moscow: the Kremlin
Part 3 Everyday English
Unit 7
Part 1 Text: Crime and Criminal Code
Part 2 Text: Discovering Saint-Petersburg: the Largest Museum in Russia (the Hermitage)
Part 3 Everyday English
LIST OF REFERENCE BOOKS.



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