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By Athena Matilsky © 2017 Last year I left my job as a Superior Court staff interpreter, and moved from New Jersey to the beautiful city of Montreal. I’m here temporarily, working on a book and improving my French. The idea is that with increased language...

Meet NAJIT’s Chair, Esther M. Navarro-Hall. Fitting her 30-year career in this intro is impossible, so we offer you some highlights. Esther is a pioneer in online training, practical technologies and social media for interpreters, provides training for interpreters and interpreter trainers in the U.S....

“We need more pay for the work we do.”  “Nobody respects us interpreters.”  “Can we please stop having intruders in this profession?”[1]  “When will people understand that being bilingual doesn’t mean you can interpret?”  “We should boycott if they try to bring in video interpreting.”  “Maybe conference interpreters can demand...