Date(s) - 04 / 16 Monday / 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
NYU SCPS Building, room 321
Note-taking for Interpreters: Witness Testimony and Cross-examination
Presentation to be followed by Q&A and networking
This workshop will cover the principles of note-taking for interpreters, which can be applied both to the conference and legal settings. Participants will also learn how to apply the techniques through self-study. Lastly, the presenter will cover the “commandments” of attorney-witness questioning. Thus participants will learn how to use their note-taking skills and understanding of questioning styles to best render witness testimony.
Elizabeth Torres is a Federally Certified, NJ AOC approved Master interpreter in Spanish<>English. She has an M.A. in Spanish Translation and Interpretation, a B.A. in Spanish Literary Studies, and a B.A. in French Literary Studies. She is currently working as an adjunct lecturer at Rutgers University teaching Court Interpreting. This is in addition to her work as a contract conference and court interpreter in venues such as the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the International Court of Commerce.
Please note that due to new building policies at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies All attendees will need to RSVP by April 10th before the event.
This event is free for members. Nonmembers can attend for a $10.00 fee.