ASSITIG has the pleasure of inviting you to a Round Table on the topic of “Ethics of court interpreting in judicial contexts”, which will be held on 16th April at 10 am at the Law Courts of Syracuse, Italy.
ASSITIG is organising this event together with the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Criminal Section of the Law Courts and the Bar of Syracuse, Italy. The event is open to everyone working in the Justice sector: Public Prosecutors, judges, counsels for the defence, lawyers, interpreters and translators.
Please note that early bird registration for the EULITA Pre-Assembly Conference on 8-9 April 2016 in Strasbourg, France, expires on 15 March 2016.
Registration will close altogether on 25 March 2016. The preliminary programme for the conference as well as the registration forms are available at www.eulita.eu/upcoming-events.
Make sure to register in time if you haven’t done so already. We look forward to seeing you in Strasbourg.
An updated preliminary programme for the EULITA General Assembly and Pre-Assembly Conference on 8-9 April 2016 in Strasbourg, France, is now available at www.eulita.eu/upcoming-events.
Please remember that the hotel reservations blocked for EULITA expire on 15 February 2016.
Please also remember that the early bird fee will end on 15 March 2016.
We look forward to seeing you in Strasbourg.
As regards accommodation in Strasbourg, a limited number of 40 rooms has been reserved at the Hôtel Athena Spa (www.athenaspahotel.com, firstname.lastname@example.org), Rue Armande Béjart, 67200 Strasbourg, for three nights (7-10 April 2016) at a price of EUR 95, breakfast included, for single rooms and a price of EUR 105, breakfast included, for double-bed rooms. The rooms will be blocked until 15 January 2016. Please use the code "EULITA GA" when making reservations."Read more
Access to the LIT Search database is now available at lit.interconnect.dk with the following login details:
Judicial stakeholders are cordially invited to test the search options for legal interpreters and translators in Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland and the UK. The registers of other countries will hopefully be interlinked soon.
On 15 October 2015 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its first preliminary ruling concerning EU Directives on procedural safeguards in criminal proceedings (Stockholm Roadmap), including the right to language assistance.Read more