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11-06-17 Webinar: Project CLIMB-Interpreters in Legal Settings


Monday, November 6, 2017 | 6-7:30pm Mountain time

Project CLIMB has been busy this year! Join us as we share our plans to increase the number and quality of interpreters of color, Deaf interpreters, and Coda interpreters for work in the legal specialty. We will share the research based background and foundation of the project and explore the current state of interpreting in the legal specialty.

Are you interested in furthering your training to the legal specialty? Are you interested in what Deaf people are experiencing when they interact with the legal system? Are you an interpreter of color, a Deaf interpreter, &/or a Coda interpreter?

If you said YES to any of these questions, this webinar is for you!


Erica West Oyedele, MA, NIC Amy Williamson, MA, CI, CT,
SC:L, & Ed:K-12

There is no fee for registration. To join this webinar, complete the registration form located at

This webinar will be hosted in ASL. Interpreting into English and captioning will be provided. Registration is limited.

.15 PS Legal CEUs offered by UNC’s Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies an RID Approved Sponsor.

For questions email [email protected], call 720-216-2662 (VP), 970-351-3161 (voice), or visit

SLS COVID-19 Response:

We here at SLS highly value communication access. The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected all of our lives. We are responding to these changes by maximizing safety while still prioritizing effective communication. We are happy to announce that SLS has adopted Virtual Video Interpreting (VVI) services. VVI services are available anywhere there is internet access, and in any setting where an interpreter is needed, such as school, court, hospital, doctor’s office, etc.

To all in our communities, we wish you to stay at home whenever possible, stay healthy, and stay safe! While we are still offering in-person interpreters as a last resort at this time, we want to partner with you in adhering to social distancing, and other suggested safe work practices. In this way we can all limit the risk to ourselves, to those in our households, and to those we work with. It is our sincere hope that we can successfully navigate this crisis together.

Let us provide you with interpreters for your SAFE appointments! Please click the tab and request further information on our VVI services.