Continuing Education Center

Interpreting in Family Court

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Interpreters often find themselves interpreting in a myriad of domestic matters from contested divorces to child custody cases to the division of marital property. Interpreting for family law cases presents unique demands procedurally and interpersonally particularly when interpreting between adverse parties. Ethically, family law cases can be demanding and require quick thinking and action on the interpreter’s part. This session will explore the various matters an interpreter may be called to interpret, will explore the ethics involved in interpreting between hostile deaf parties, and will discuss specific legal vocabulary and definitions related to family law matters. 

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Pre-test
2 Questions
Presentation
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Post-test
4 Questions
Certificate
0.150 PS CEUs credits  |  Certificate available
0.150 PS CEUs credits  |  Certificate available
Evaluation
5 Questions