Court interpreting featured on The World

This afternoon I was driving home from having lunch with a colleague when I turned on Colorado Public Radio. Public Radio International’s The World was on, with a lead-in to a segment on the recent decrease in pay for court interpreters in Nevada. And at that moment I just knew I’d be hearing the voice of my friend and colleague Judy Jenner…and I was right! The piece features very well-done interviews with Judy, her colleague Álvaro Degives-Más and Nataly Kelly of Common Sense Advisory. All three of them sounded great and gave some compelling reasons why saving money on interpreting can end up increasing costs to taxpayers in the end. You can listen to the segment or read a transcript of it here, on The World’s website.

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