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English <> Spanish Criminal Law Terminology:

General Principles

 

 

Workshop:

Receive training on English<>Spanish criminal law terminology in

a one-day, intensive workshop from two of the leading experts on the subject.

 

Instructors:

Sandro Tomasi, NYSCI, author of Tomasi's Law Dictionary (view sample)

Katty Kauffmann, J.D., FCCI, AIIC, editor of Tomasi's Law Dictionary

 

Locations:      (Click on the city of your choice for more information about the workshop, instructors, venue, lunch, etc.)

Seattle, Wash.             Saturday, April 2, 2016

San Francisco, Cal.      Sunday, April 3, 2016

San Diego, Cal.            Saturday, April 9, 2016

Los Angeles, Cal.         Sunday, April 10, 2016

 

CE Credits:    ATA 7; Cal. 6; N.M. 7; Penn. 7 (2 ethics); Tenn. 6.6; Tex. 8 (2 ethics); Wash. 7

 

Registration:  $165 (extended to day of workshop; pay at venue)

                        $195 (after 3/19)

 

Click here to download the registration form.

 

FAQs

 

Is this workshop the same as the last one? No, it is not. Our previous workshop, English <> Spanish Criminal Procedure Law Terminology:  Latin-American Reforms, covered criminal procedure law. This one will cover criminal law. Completely new content.

 

Does this workshop cover Mexican legal terminology? Yes, it does. Nonetheless, most of the terms covered are used in all 20 Spanish-speaking countries.

 

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