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Legal Interpreters

Legal interpreters have an important job. They make it possible for limited English Speakers to have equal access to the legal system as mandated by law.

The Legal Interpreting Committee is comprised of interpreter members who organize events that provide learning and networking opportunities for individuals working as interpreters within the court system and other legal settings. Explore the types of trainings we do by checking out the programs below.

Join This Committee

Members in good standing are welcome to join the Legal Interpreting Committee. Email us at [email protected]

Legal Interpretation Training & Events

If there are upcoming events for the Legal Interpreting Committee, they will be displayed below. If you’re interested in attending a particular topic, and would like it to be covered in a future training please email us at [email protected].

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Register Now: UMTIA Conference on 11/11/17 @ University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management, Honeywell Lecture Hall (L-110)
Nov 11 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

ADVANCING THE LANGUAGE PROFESSIONS
     
     REGISTRATION NOW OPEN HERE
 
THE CONFERENCE WILL INCLUDE 6 CEUS


There will be multiple presentations in two tracks, allowing you to obtain 6 CEU’s, with content of interest to translators and interpreters. 
 

 

Date:              Saturday, 11/11/17
Time :             8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location:       University of Minnesota
                      Carlson School of Management
                     Honeywell Lecture Hall (L-110)
321 19th Ave S
                     Minneapolis, MN 55455

Registration Information (click here):

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  • Enrolled in an academic translation/interpreting program. Must present proof of current student status.
  • ONLY for interpreters who work in languages other than Spanish, Somali, Hmong, Vietnamese, Karen, Arabic, Chinese, Mandarin, Russian, Oromo and Laotian. MUST BE OR BECOME AN UMTIA MEMBER.

For Student and Rare Languages Rates, contact [email protected] to provide proof of qualifications and to obtain registration code.

  Become a member to participate in this event, and your 2018 membership is free.

                   We hope to see you there!

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