The UK’s Justice Select Committee has published its report on the outsourcing of court language services to Capita/Applied Language Solutions by the Ministry of Justice (see this previous post for more details). The report comes after an inquiry in September 2012, and the collection of evidence via an online forum (see this post).
The website of the UK Parliament has a summary of the Select Committee’s findings here, and by clicking in the sidebar under “Publications” you can download Volumes I and II of the report in PDF format.
The report contains a wealth of information, and I’m sure will be of great interest to those involved in court situations around the world, whether as lawyers, judges or linguists.
I look forward to reading your comments!