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Interpreting Seminar - The Interpreter As An Expert Witness

This seminar will consider the role of interpreters within legal proceedings, with a particular focus on situations where an interpreter may be asked to give expert opinion evidence, beyond their role as an interpreter for a witness or defendant. This might include being asked to comment on the interpretation of cultural or linguistic matters, or even to identify and compare voices on surveillance tapes. This seminar will outline the key evidentiary and procedural frameworks that are relevant to consider when an interpreter is being asked to offer opinion evidence. It will raise some of the legal limits and ethical challenges that can arise when interpreters are asked to give evidence as experts, including the reporting requirements contained in the NSW Expert Code of Conduct. Speaker Mehera San Roque is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales. She lectures in Evidence, and has published nationally and internationally on the role and regulation o
When
14/03/2017
Where
Lecture Theatre 109 Civil Engineering Building University of NSW Sydney, NSW 2052
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2017-03-14 18:00:00 2017-03-14 20:00:00 Australia/Sydney Interpreting Seminar - The Interpreter As An Expert Witness This seminar will consider the role of interpreters within legal proceedings, with a particular focus on situations where an interpreter may be asked to give expert opinion evidence, beyond their role as an interpreter for a witness or defendant. This might include being asked to comment on the interpretation of cultural or linguistic matters, or even to identify and compare voices on surveillance tapes. This seminar will outline the key evidentiary and procedural frameworks that are relevant to consider when an interpreter is being asked to offer opinion evidence. It will raise some of the legal limits and ethical challenges that can arise when interpreters are asked to give evidence as experts, including the reporting requirements contained in the NSW Expert Code of Conduct. Speaker Mehera San Roque is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales. She lectures in Evidence, and has published nationally and internationally on the role and regulation o Lecture Theatre 109, Civil Engineering Building, University of NSW, Sydney, 2052, NSW, Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators admin@ausit.org AUSIT_Event

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