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Good-bye 2017. See You All in 2018

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It is the last Friday of the year. Our last issue of 2017. Hard to believe, isn’t it?

Well, this has been a good year for us. We published every week and went through a few changes. We have a name, a logo and a Gravatar, moved to a new website, Armando Ezquerra Hasbun joined our team of authors, we have a Twitter account and handle (@najitobserver), readers and contributors from different countries.

This week our authors are off enjoying their families and friends. Instead of a new article, we will share a selection of posts. You can create your own selection by clicking on the magnifying glass icon near the BLOG menu item and writing a keyword or the name of an author. Let us know if your favorite made the cut.

We wish you renewed success in 2018, good paying clients, good health and time to enjoy this bounty!

The NAJIT Observer Team


Future Idaho Court Interpreters Join Forces with Future Immigration Attorneys – by Guest Author Fatima Cornwall

Brazilian Jury Observations — a Florida Court Interpreter’s Perspective – by Guest Author Javier Aparisi

The Routledge Handbook of Interpreting: A Multifaceted Resource  – by Guest Author Helen Eby

The Couch – Going Beyond Agencies – Contributions by our readers

Lots of Resources for LOTS Interpreters – by Athena Matilsky

Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire  – by Bethany Korp Edwards

The Litle Old Lady in the Notary Chair – by Jennifer de la Cruz

2 Comments
  • Gladys Matthews
    Posted at 13:51h, 29 December Reply

    Thank you, Gio, the NAJIT Observer team, and guest authors for keeping this blog vibrant and relevant!
    Best wishes for 2018.

  • Observer Editor
    Posted at 16:03h, 29 December Reply

    We are glad for the opportunity and happy to serve in a manner that allows us to be creative, share our knowledge, engage more with our colleagues, and represent our profession.

    Thank you, Gladys, the Board and the members for keeping a watchful eye and engaging with TNO as we grow.

    The TNO Team

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