On Saturday 6th September 2014 and Sunday 7th September 2014, ATICOM (Fachverband der Berufsübersetzer und Berufsdolmetscher e.V.) is running a course on Criminal Law and Employment Law in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The course tutor is David Hutchins, solicitor and practising consultant, whose Lexacom courses for civil system lawyers and for translators you may already have seen on the blog from time to time.
Saturday, 6th September, 2014
Criminal Law & Procedure for Legal Interpreters and Translators
Session One: Introduction
Some Specific Offences
Inchoate Offences, Defences and Partial Defences
Session Two: Before Proceedings
Charge or Summons: Magistrates’ Court
Session Three: Trial in the Crown Court
Session Four: Appeals: the Legal Profession, Judges and Magistrates: Miscarriages of Justice
Sunday, 7th September, 2014
Employment Contracts, Discrimination & Dismissal: Law & Terminology
Session One: What is a Contract of Employment?
Session Two: Discrimination, Harassment, Equal Pay
Session Three: An employment contract
Session Four: Dismissal, Claims, Trade Unions
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I have been reliably informed that a few places are still left for the course. For bookings and more detailed information, as well as the full programme, click here.