Mobile App for Mexican Legal Dictionary
Eagan, Minn. – Thomson Reuters has developed a Mexican Legal Dictionary application for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad.
The app includes 2,300 legal terms from the Mexican Legal Dictionary edited by Jorge A. Vargas, providing a quick reference guide for judges, government agencies and legal professionals with clients with business in Mexico, as well as law students and faculty studying Mexican law.
The app also features English and Spanish audio pronunciations and convenient search functionality, which builds search results as terms are entered that match the dictionary’s database of English to Spanish and Spanish to English terms.
“State and federal courts in the United States face an increasing need to be aware of legal developments and terms used in Mexican law,” said Vargas, professor at the University of San Diego School of Law. “This mobile app for the Mexican Legal Dictionary will be an excellent resource.”
The Mexican Legal Dictionary app is available for $29.99 from Apple’s App Store.
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