Lawyers as Interpreters: Can you take the heat?
[1 hour of Professionalism CLE]
Have you ever worked with an interpreter in court, at a deposition, or at a mediation? If you haven’t, chances are that you soon will. There are approximately 130,000 people in Louisiana who speak English less than very well. In New Orleans, the Spanish LEP population is 53%, and Vietnamese is 28%. You should take steps now to prepare yourself for that inevitable time when an interpreter will be required in one of your cases. In this interactive CLE, you will engage in memory and shadowing exercises which will allow you to become more aware of all of the mechanics involved in court interpreting. This CLE is not meant for the shy at heart.
Kimberly R. Silas, Louisiana Supreme Court
Dr. Lisbeth Philip, University of New Orleans
Noon - 1 p.m.
650 Poydras Street, Suite 1505
New Orleans, LA 70130
CLE: 1 hour of Professionalism CLE credit
Cost: NOBA Member: $35, Non-NOBA Member: $55 (includes lunch) *All credit card transactions will be charged a 3% convenience fee
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