Language Access Program Enables Nebraska’s Court Users to Tell Their Own Stories in Their Own Words

Language Access Program Enables Nebraska’s Court Users to Tell Their Own Stories in Their Own Words

Monday, April 26, 2021

Interpreter and translation services and credentialing for the Nebraska Judicial Branch are outlined in an article written by Director of Language Access Jennifer Verhein in the Access to Justice themed issue of the Nebraska Lawyer Magazine (March/April 2021). It is reprinted with the permission of the Nebraska State Bar Association.

Read article the from the magazine: Nebraska Judicial Branch Language Access 

Photos show some of the 15 individuals who participated in Court Interpreter Orientation, April 17-18, taught by the Language Access Team at Judicial Branch Education.

Angel Lopez-Rodriguez and Helen Garcia learn about Court Interpreter Ethics.

Aspiring court interpreter Maria Pena listens attentively to exam prep strategies session.

Interpreter Coordinator Vladimir Bazan teaches Sight Translation at Court Interpreter Orientation.

Mandarin speaker Yunzhe Shi practices simultaneous interpretation.