In October 2018, AIJIC sued the Orange County courts when they refused to produce records that explained their policy of randomly turning away privately hired court interpreters in the civil courtrooms. After a year and a half of costly litigation, the judge assigned to….
SB 900 was scheduled to be heard today, May 14, 2020 at the Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee of the California Senate. The bill included AB5 exemption language for interpreters and translators, among them those with Judicial Council certification/registration, ATA certification and….
May 8, 2020 Senator Jerry Hill Chair, Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee 1020 N Street, Room 545 Sacramento, CA 95814 RE: SB 900 (Hill) – Support Dear Chairman Hill: On behalf of the Association of Independent Judicial Interpreters of California (AIJIC),….
In the midst of these challenging times we have some good news to share: we’ve hired a lobbyist to push for SB 900, the bill introduced by Senator Jerry Hill (D) which would exempt us and which the California Labor Federation is trying to….
The Judicial Council of California has approved the California Court Interpreter Credential Review Procedures, effective on January 1, 2020. The procedures put into place a process for the courts, the public, attorneys, other government agencies or private entities to submit a complaint regarding ethical violations or….
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