Working with Interpreters: An Interactive Workshop

Available In Person only!

Working with Interpreters: An Interactive Workshop - REGISTRATION CLOSED, SOLD OUT!
A Guide for All Lawyers
2 CPD Units in Professional Skills

Free CPD for Members and $75 for Non-Members

Presenter: J. Angelo Berbotto - Solicitor (NSW) and translator, current National President of the Australian Institute of Translators and Interpreters
Date: Wednesday, 17 May 2023
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Format: In-person only

Contemporary Australia is a multi-cultural landscape and lawyers must be ready to adapt and work comfortably with interpreters as communication is key in any legal environment. This workshop will help you navigate those times when you find you need an interpreter for your clients whether it be in court, working with the police, or simply preparing material in the best and most practical way possible for the most successful outcome.
· Examine the process
· How to feel comfortable and work with interpreters successfully
· The practical perspective on working with interpreters
· Providing access to confidential material
About the Presenter:
J. Angelo Berbotto LLB (Hons, UTS), LLM (Sapienza, Rome), LLM (Lon), LLM (Complutense, Madrid) is a solicitor based in Sydney and a NAATI certified translator (English > Spanish and French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish > English).
He has worked mainly in Child Protection Law and in Public Law, serving as Attorney-General of the British Overseas Territory of St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha from 2016 to 2018. Upon returning to Australia, Angelo worked as Assistant Parliamentary Counsel, drafting legislation, before deciding to pursue his legal career part-time and build up his translation practice in 2022.
Angelo was elected the President of the AUSIT at the AGM in November 2022.

Registration fees: 

Free for Members
Non-Members: $75
17/05/2023 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Level 10, 178 North Terrace ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA
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