Stop press news (registration before midnight tonight)…
The Northwest Translators and Interpreters Society (NOTIS), a Chapter of the American Translators Association, has a two-hour webinar on 22 January 2022 from 1pm to 3pm (Pacific Standard Time), presented by Thomas West, on Translating Court Documents from French to English. Continue reading
L’Université Savoie Mont-Blanc en partenariat avec l’Université Nova de Lisbonne a mis en place le premier Diplôme d’Université de Terminologie en France avec la participation d’intervenants de la DG Traduction du Parlement Européen, de l’AFNOR et de l’Université Grenoble-Alpes. La formation est dispensée à distance, en français ou en anglais selon les participants.
Cette formation vise à doter toute personne impliquée dans une démarche terminologique des compétences nécessaires à la construction de terminologies et à la mise en place de politiques terminologiques au sein d’une organisation. Continue reading
This week I was really impressed with the clear message put out by the UK charity, the National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD).
Maybe some translators’ associations could learn from it… 😊 Continue reading
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is seeking trainees for five months in Luxembourg, with a fixed start date of 1 March / April 2022 (with possible extension up to 6 months if required by University). Deadline for applications is 3 December 2021. Continue reading
The Department of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University in Denmark, in collaboration with the European Commission Representation in Denmark and the Forbundet Kommunikation og Sprog is hosting a Translating Europe Workshop on the subject “Translation enriches Communication”. Continue reading
The European Central Bank (ECB) is currently offering paid traineeships in the English Translation and Editing Section of the Language Services Division, a part of the Directorate General Communications […] responsible for providing the ECB with linguistic expertise and support in the official languages of the European Union, in close collaboration with the national central banks and national supervisory authorities.
The deadline is 31 August 2021 so hurry, hurry!
Editing and translation work covers a wide range of texts for expert audiences and the general public, and includes material for publication on ECB websites and social media accounts, through which its work is also made accessible to non-expert readers.
This post updates and replaces my last compendium. I haven’t found this kind of guide elsewhere, so my aim is to give you a flavour of the legal translation, legal linguistics and legal interpreting courses available at universities worldwide.
Please do contact me via the sidebar if you know of others that I have not included here.
There is a range of on-site courses, distance learning, and/or timetabling that is accessible to professionals, such as at weekends. Given the current pandemic situation, I suggest you contact the individual institutions to find out more about attendance options.
The information below has been taken from the relevant university websites and direct correspondence. If any details are incorrect, I would be happy to change them upon request from the institution concerned.
I have listed the courses in alphabetical order of their location. Continue reading
Yale Law School, through the lifelong learning platform Coursera, offers a comprehensive overview of contract law in the United States. Each lecture is based on one or more common law cases, integrating legal doctrines with policy discussions. The course also covers key sections from the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which governs the sale of goods. Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who took part in the recent poll. 😊 Friday and Saturday are the most popular days and 3 pm – 6 pm CET is the most popular time. With that in mind, dates for the individual masterclasses have been arranged with the speakers and will be held on 25 June, 24 July, 17 September, 15 October and 20 November 2021 (see detailed programme here).
So we are pleased to announce that registration for the events is now open! Access the dedicated booking page here.
As a reminder, the Masterclasses are designed for all legal translators irrespective of their working language combinations, and will be accredited for CE/CPD points. In addition to a presentation by an expert speaker, there will be ample opportunity for discussion and exchanges with colleagues in two ways: themed breakout rooms, and all attendees together (like the “Table Workshops” for those of you who attended the Conferences).
Looking forward very much to our community getting back together again for constructive debate and interesting exchanges!
The University of Nantes is hosting an online seminar with Julien Longhi on 21 May 2021 at 14.00 -16.00 CET. He will present the debate in France surrounding the use of forensic linguistics in the “Petit Grégory” case.
This is the closing seminar of the 2021 “Séminaire francophone tournant de jurilinguistique” series.