Webinar: 12 June 2015 El nuevo sistema de juicios orales en México y el sistema anglosajón
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Essential viewing for all legal translators and interpreters working with Mexican and South American legal cases.
Tony Rosado is the speaker!

This seminar will deal with interpretation and translation for court proceedings in Mexico, including the new legal terminology, existing and unchanging Mexican law, and the cultural and historical adjustments that the legislators have applied to the new justice system in Mexico.

For the first time in history there is legislation in Spanish that departs from the Roman, French and Spanish systems. Tony Rosado will explain.

Time: 2:30 UK time
Cost: £25

For full details, and a fuller description in Spanish, please
To book, visit http://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/events_143057.html
or search for ecpdwebinars and navigate to the event for June 12

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