Getting to Know Stuff- ASL Edition Legal Interpreting - The Basic (past)


This is a follow-up to the two Get to Know Stuff events:  Monroe County Jail tour and Hall of Justice tour (not required for attendance) will  explain some of the misconceptions and cautions of working in the legal environment, describe appropriate interpreter etiquette, and expand on basic English and ASL legal vocabulary.

Target Audience

Working interpreters and students interested in learning about legal work.

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July 13, 2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (past)


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