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Symposium on Remote Interpreting in Legal Settings
- Sun 12th Jul 2020
- Kensington NSW 2033
9.30am - 1.00pm Symposium
The Symposium will present the most recent research about remote technology in legal settings, including court, with and without interpreters.
Sabine Braun (University of Surrey)
Natalie Martschuk (CSU), Stephen Doherty (UNSW), Sandra Hale (UNSW), Jane Goodman-Delahunty (CSU), Mustapha Taibi (WSU)
Carolyn McKay (University of Sydney)
Rema Nazha (Multicultural NSW), Devinder Kaur (Multicultural NSW)
David Tait (WSU), Christian Licoppe (Télécom Paris Tech)
2.00pm - 4.30pm Open ForumThe afternoon session will include an open forum where the audience – legal and interpreting practitioners and other stakeholders – will discuss their experiences of using remote technology, with and without interpreting. This technology includes both telephone interpreting and video link.