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Publicly Available Guidelines for Working with Interpreters in Australian Courts and Tribunals

Interpreting In Legal Settings

Publicly Available Guidelines for Working with Interpreters in Australian Courts and Tribunals


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Interpreting In Legal Settings
What every interpreter needs to know before undertaking an interpreting assignment in a court of law or for a lawyer. Specific details pertain to Australia.

Lecture 2: A review of publicly available guidelines for working with interpreters in Australian courts and tribunals by Silvia Martinez, Research Officer, Interpreting and Translation Research Group, University of Western Sydney, Australia

See Lecture 1 here. This is part of the Synergise! Lectures Series.

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The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) is the national association for the translating and interpreting profession. It was founded in 1987, bringing together existing local associations and specialist groups and now has branches in each State and Territory. AUSIT is a fully independent association, incorporated in the ACT, with an Australia­-wide membership that continues to grow steadily. Members of AUSIT are mainly practising translators and interpreters, but those interested in the support and development of the profession are encouraged to join as well. With its aim of promoting the highest standards in the profession, AUSIT serves as a meeting place for all those who understand the importance of translation and interpreting to the economy and society, particularly with a globalised economy and the growth of worldwide communications.

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