Hello dear readers – here are the results of the poll I ran recently on the new mobile-friendly design for the blog.
The proportion of those in favour is 84%. I guess we therefore will keep it for the moment. However, as I am always seeking perfection, and as soon as financially possible (as you know, this is a not-for-profit venture!), I will commission a designer to do something even better.
So do keep following, with patience please for those who are not keen on the new look. :-)
A 6-minute TED talk this morning for you, by Thea Smith, on corporate jargon, and translating it – being more “intentional” about our words.
Have a lovely week!
An important conference was held in Opatija, Croatia in March this year, entitled “Professionalization vs. Deprofessionalization: Building Standards for Legal Translators and Interpreters“, and I have just been made aware that the presentations are now available from the European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association (EULITA) website.
Since 1991, the Paris Bar has been organizing a programme entitled “Stage International” which, every year, brings together young lawyers of various nationalities speaking French.
La Santé prison, Paris, France
Criminocorpus is an online scholarly publication on the subject of criminal justice history.
It provides researchers and the general public with free access to a wide range of primary sources, together with analysis of key subjects by leading specialists in the field. There are also a growing number of online multimedia exhibitions.
I have decided that this Monday smile qualifies as such on the grounds (sorry! ;-) ) that many lawyers, translators, interpreters and academics only get through life as a result of coffee. Crosses language barriers too! :-)
The V edition of a summer program organized by the European Center for Continuing Legal Education (ECCLE) is to be held from 31 August to 5 September 2015 at Worcester College, Oxford University, in the United Kingdom.
This year’s course is entitled “Legal & Business Practice”, as is aimed at European lawyers, accountants, members of the judiciary, university lecturers and graduates in law & economics.