Date(s) - 10 / 13 Tuesday / 2020
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
In this presentation, Armen will share his experience as a practicing attorney, interpreter, and translator, discuss his recent research and review relevant concepts that are central to the understanding of the American legal tradition, such as fundamental rights, due process, equal protection, suspect classification, and levels of scrutiny. In addition, he will provide a broad overview of the American legal system, including federalism, sources of law, jurisdiction, precedent, and the anatomy of a trial, and more importantly, certain tips and techniques for working linguists.
All non-members who would like to attend this meeting must pay $10 (for this talk only) or $15 (to join the NYCT for the remainder of 2020). You must type in your payment confirmation number in the registration form before you can submit your registration.
The meeting will not be recorded. If you register and pay, please try your best to attend realtime.
It is at the presenter’s discretion to share the presentation file later with NYCT.
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The registration will be closed after the deadline.
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The registration will be closed bythe end of day Friday October 9or as soon as the maximum capacity is reached.
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