Off topic: Legal precedents involving translators and interpreters
Thread poster: yolanda Speece
I know I have done similar forums to this one but I found a very good case regarding Title VI of the Civil Rights act.
Lau V. Nichols
The United States Supreme
Court held that the San Francisco
School District violated Title VI by failing to take affirmative steps to assist LEP Chinese students.
Lau and subsequent cases interpret Title VI as obligating recipients of federal funds to provide language services. However, in the past, the federal
government had not done enough to assist recipients of federal funds in understanding the scope of Title
VI or in assisting recipients in complying with Title VI.
Anybody know of any other cases such as this one? Please share!
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Legal precedents involving translators and interpreters
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