Canadian Law & Legal System for Interpreters
This is an 8-week course (3 hours per week) on the basics of Canadian law and legal system for interpreters, which is designed to develop a better understanding of the concepts and the specialized legal terminology in these areas. The course will review the foundations of law, the court structure and legal system in Canada, criminal law offences and procedure, and civil law and procedure.
A great way to prepare for the CTTIC Court Interpreter examinations and to improve your knowledge of Canadian law and legal system.
Dates: February 15, 22 – March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5 (Thursday evenings - 8 sessions)
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Istructor: Dolfi Havlovic
Senior Crown Counsel
Certified Translator and Certified Court Interpreter.
Before joining the Ministry of Justice, Ms. Havlovic also practised in the area of civil law with a Vancouver law firm.
Current STIBC members: To register, and to benefit from the special member price for this workshop, please log in to your account on the website.
Cancellation Policy: full refund until 24 hours before event.