Federally Certified Interpreter
About the instructor
Katty Kauffman is a conference and legal interpreter, a graduate of Pedro de Valdivia School of Law in Santiago, Chile and the Certificate Program in Comparative US/Latin American Legal Reforms at Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, DC. A member of NAJIT and AIIC, she is a contributing author to the 2nd Edition of Fundamentals of Court Interpretation and a member of the Editorial Board of the 2nd Edition of Sandro Tomasi's Criminal Law Dictionary. A frequent speaker nationwide on the criminal procedure reforms that have swept Latin America, a former staff interpreter with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and federal exam rater, she is currently working as a freelancer from her home base in Washington, DC.
Join federal and state-certified court interpreter, Katty Kauffman, for a panoramic look at the challenges involved in sight translation and some real-world tips on how to grapple with them. In this 2.5-hour webinar, Katty will walk you through the sight translation process, from what to do when it hits your hands to how to politely--and effectively--decline from putting it on the record. And please, come prepared to practice!
2.5: NC (other states TBA)
3 CEUs: FL
This course is eligible for continuing education credits in the following states (student is required to submit necessary information): DE, IA, KY, MD, MI, MS, NE
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