2012 Fall Interpreter Orientation attendees and instructors at the Creighton University
School of Law - Doyle Courtroom.
The Nebraska Judicial Branch is committed to providing access to justice to everyone, regardless of the language they speak. To ensure that individuals receive a fair opportunity to explain their case and participate in court, the Nebraska Supreme Court created the Court Interpreter Training and Certification Program, the Code of Professional Responsibility for Interpreters, and rules that explain the role of interpreters in court. This information, in addition to a roster of certified interpreters who are available to work in Nebraska courtrooms, is available in this section.
- Mission of Interpreter Advisory Committee
- Court Interpreter Registries
- Qualifications to Become a Court Interpreter
- Training and Testing Schedule
If you have any questions regarding the interpreter program, call 402-471-3398.
The Coordinator for the Interpreter Project is Sheryl Connolly
Nebraska Supreme Court Trial Court Services Director
Nebraska State Capitol, Rm 1213
P.O. Box 98910, Lincoln, NE 68509
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