Earlier this month, the French Ministry of Justice launched a new series called Femmes de droit through their website. The first woman to be interviewed was Sylvie Monjean-Decaudin, a legal translator of Spanish to French and university professor teaching international commercial law and trade in Spain and Latin America to linguists, as well as legal translation, at Cergy-Pontoise near Paris.
You can listen to the interview (in French) here, and also download a transcript if you prefer to read it.
Monjean-Decaudin was also a speaker at a conference on legal translation held in Lyon in 2010, the video proceedings of which (in French) can be accessed here.
The Ministry website also offers a wide selection of profiles of individuals in the French legal system, from judges to clerks, that you can access here.
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