Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Hi all,

Just a quick reminder that registration closes on Sunday 22 May for our one-day introduction to legal translation workshop (details below). Feel free to retweet, FB and otherwise forward to interested parties.



As part of a new series of translation CPD events held at the University of Portsmouth, we are organising a day-long introduction to legal translation. The workshop will be led by Richard Delaney, barrister, practising translator and translator trainer. The workshop will begin at 10.30 and finish at 16.00. Lunch is included. The cost is £45 for the day, and there is a discounted fee of £40 for ITI members. Students are welcome and there is a discounted student rate of £20. The course covers will suit students and practising translators wishing to build up a specialism in legal translation.

Further details and a link to online registration are available here. For any queries, please email translation at port.ac.uk.

1 comment:

fr said...

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