All posts tagged 'court interpreter'

4
Oct 2010
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The Court Interpreter. The European Convention on Human Rights demands that anyone brought to trial should understand the case brought against them. Fulfilling the convention has become an increasing challenge for British courts. Immigration has increased enormously over the past decade, and there are now around three million people in the United Kingdom who were …

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9
Ago 2010
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Court Interpreting: A Specialised Skill Court interpreting is a highly specialised and extremely difficult area of expertise. It involves obtaining an accreditation in simultaneous interpretation, which in itself is notoriously difficult to obtain and there are, consequently, only a few thousand simultaneous interpreters of any merit. The court interpreter must know two languages to near-perfection, …

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