Legal Interpreting forum for practitioners: A Shareshop

  • 18 Jul 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DVR 2051 West Northern Ave, Phoenix AZ 85021 (Livestreaming will be available)


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Legal interpreters may have already learned a sufficient amount of legal interpreting theory, and have amassed anywhere from some to extensive experience putting this theory into practice, but many of them do most of their work alone and may not have enough opportunities to talk with others about their solo practice. This workshop, or “shareshop,” is a forum for experienced legal interpreters to share their work with others and learn from each other. This workshop guides participants in discussing their interpretation of legalese and lay language used by professionals and consumers in criminal justice and judicial settings. Workshop participants will discuss translations of common terms as well as various approaches they have taken to provide communication access and convey speakers’ intent. Has been approved for legal CEUS.

Daniel Greene teaches to improve the lives of interpreters and the consumers they work for. He helps interpreters focus on what they can do before, during, and after assignments, including preparation, interaction, and supervision. He guides his students toward understanding and mastery through critical thinking, experimentation, and reflection. He has been a college instructor, workshop presenter, and mentor since 2005, and an interpreter in a wide range of topics and settings since 1990. He received his MA in interpreting studies with an emphasis in teaching interpreting, and he holds an NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification, Master. See more at


Arizona Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

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