New course on working with interpreters

The Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity has launched a Working with Interpreters for Legal Practitioners eLearning course.

This course is designed to give legal practitioners a working understanding of the Recommended National Standards for Working with Interpreters in Courts and Tribunals.

The Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity is an initiative of Chief Justice French and is endorsed by the Council of Chief Justices of Australia (CCJ).

Its purpose is to develop a framework to support procedural fairness and equality of treatment for all court users – regardless of their race, colour, religion, or national or ethnic origin – and to promote public trust and confidence in Australian courts and the judiciary.

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