The admission criteria, the application procedure and fees schedule have been posted on the website. Click ‘Join EULITA’ for more information. The Executive Committee will soon contact associations and persons to join the European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association.Read more
The Irish Translators’ and Interpreters’ Association (ITIA) published a new bulletin in which they discuss the 2009 EULITA Conference. Click here to read the article in English.Read more
Dr. Nienke Doornbos published a Dutch article in TREMA 2010 about conference interpreting. She discusses 3 topics that may complicate interaction between jurists and interpreters. Click here to read the article in Dutch.Read more
The Forensic Linguistics Institute is pleased to announce the launch of a free-of-charge facility for linguists, psychologists and others interested in researching forensic texts, the National Forensics Library.
We have placed over 700 forensic texts and documents online at http://www.thetext.co.uk
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In the first months of 2010, as soon as the Internal Regulations concerning membership have been drawn up and the membership fees have been decided upon, the Executive Comittee will contact associations, organizations, institutions and individuals who would like to join EULITA as either full or associate members.Read more