About Us

Concrete

The Association of Independent Judicial Interpreters of California (AIJIC) is a nonprofit professional organization that represents independent contractor court interpreters with Judicial Council of California certification/registration. Its purpose is to represent their interests before the Judicial Council of California, the courts, in Sacramento and in the private sector in order to have a voice in matters that directly affect our profession.

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Our Story 

History

The Association of Independent Judicial Interpreters of California (AIJIC) is a nonprofit trade association started by a group of certified court interpreters who saw the need to take action in order to protect the legal interpreting profession in the private sector, which has been steadily deteriorating in recent years.

Purpose

The purpose of  AIJIC is to represent the interests of independent court interpreters before the Judicial Council of California and in Sacramento in order to have a voice in matters that directly affect our profession.

Specialization

Our goal is to Educate the legal community and agencies about the current laws governing court interpreters, particularly sections 68560.5 and 68561 of the Government Code of California, and to educate new interpreters about matters related to the profession.

Mission

Learn more about our goals.

Team

Learn about the AIJIC board.

FAQs

If you've got any questions, check out our FAQs page. Your answer may be there.