How AB5 would affect us

We have received many inquiries regarding Bill AB5. Below are the main points clarifying many of the concerns: AIJIC is asking legislators for interpreters certified by/registered with the Judicial Council of California and translators certified by the American Translators Association to be exempted from the Bill for the following...

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HOW TO SURVIVE A DEPOSITION, 3-HOUR CIMCE WORKSHOP IN LA Feb05

HOW TO SURVIVE A DEPOSITION, 3-HOUR CIMCE WORKSHOP IN LA

Los Angeles, 3 CIMCE Units, # L4176 Sunday, March 5, 2017 10:00 am to 1:00 pm   Embassy Suites LAX South 1440 E Imperial Ave, El Segundo, CA 90245 Language neutral workshop. Free parking.   Instructors: Jesús Rivera, S...

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VOICE TRAINING AND STRATEGIES IN SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETING WITH CYRIL FLEROV Dec10

VOICE TRAINING AND STRATEGIES IN SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETING WITH CYRIL FLEROV

CYRIL FLEROV, AIIC, TAALS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, DECEMBER 10, 2016 LAST AIJIC WORKSHOP IN 2016   Voice Training for Interpreters, 4 hours Str...

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Obstacles for Freelance Court Interpreters: AIJIC Addresses LAP Task Force

On October 17, 2016, AIJIC President Mariana Bension-Larkin addressed the Language Access Plan (LAP) Implementation Task Force in San Francisco on the obstacles that some privately hired certified court interpreters have been facing in court. On those instances, judges didn't allow our colleagues to interpret because there was a cour...

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Saturday Bootcamp with Nestor Wagner (6 CIMCE Credits)

Saturday Bootcamp with Nestor Wagner (8/27/2016, Six Credits) 6 CIMCE credits, Spanish. Saturday August 27, 2016 (9.30 am to 4.30 pm - one hour for lunch) At: Embassy Suites LAX South (1440 E. Imperial Ave,  El Segundo, CA 90245) * Proper use of Terminology in a Civil Action (2 hours, CIMCE L3963) * Mi...

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AIJIC’s position on Language Access Plan (1/14/2014 letter)

January 14, 2014 Deeana Jang U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division Federal Coordination and Compliance Section, NWB 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20530 Re: Complaint No. 17 l ~12C—31, U.S. Department of Justice Investigation of the Superior Court of California, Los Angeles County and Judicial ...

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Should Civil Litigants Get Interpreters For Free?

Do you believe that litigants involved in lawsuits should pay for all the expenses related to their actions, except for court interpreters? Currently, Gov. Jerry Brown is considering a $7 million expansion in his budget for language assistance in civil court. The Judicial Council of California’s Language Access Plan (LAP) ...

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Criminal Investigations, 30 CIMCE in El Segundo – February 12-14, 2016

Join Detective Sergeant Jeff Torres, founder of the Interpreter Training Group, for an educational 30 CIMCE-approved weekend in El Segundo on February 12-14, 2016. Lectures will focus on criminal and forensic investigation, DUI, SWAT and narcotic units, police jargon and gang terminology among others. Detective Torres is a full ti...

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