Stridonium, the professional translators’ association (www.stridonium.com) is organizing three workshops featuring Stuart Bugg, who qualified as an English and New Zealand lawyer and now practises in Germany. The one-day sessions will be run in English.
28 April 2014
- Common Law v Civil Law
- Cross-System Contracts
- Legal English Terminology
- Contracts – Lost and Found in Translation
19 May 2014
- Basic Drafting Principles
- Legal Terms
- Principles of Drafting and Interpretation
- Avoiding Ambiguity – Exercises in Drafting
2 June 2014
- Legal Entities
- Employment Law
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency
Those traveling from farther afield may be interested to know that the workshops are Sunday/Monday arrangements, with an (optional) networking dinner for those who want to arrive on Sunday and stay overnight, followed by the workshop itself on the Monday (breakfast and lunch are included). The overnight option only applies as long as rooms are available, so early registration is recommended.
The organizers tell me that each of these courses has been awarded 6 CPD points by the Dutch Bureau BTV and 6 ATA CE points.