This eight-week legal series will focus on the American Judicial System, engaging participants by utilizing modules developed by Project CLIMB’s legal training, publications, supporting materials, and small group remote meetings. Through selected portions of module content and weekly meetings, the participants will study some key differences between Federal and State courts, Civil Law and Criminal Law, and Family and Juvenile courts. Participants will explore the interpreter’s role and responsibilities when working within these different parts of the legal system.
This course will run from 6:00 – 8:00 pm on Mondays.
This training is open to nationally certified interpreters who live in Greater Minnesota, or nationally certified interpreters who meet our new eligibility requirements outlined on our website.