Management of Remote Interpreting Technology (Repeat)

Management of Remote Interpreting Technology (Repeat)

Wednesday, October 3, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

This workshop will focus on the management and use of remote interpreting technology.  Panelists will discuss policy issues and procedural changes that must be considered to implement remote interpreting, best practices for managing the use of technology, overcoming resistance to the use of remote technology, and training users and stakeholders on the use of technology.

Moderator: Mr. James D. Gingerich, Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts for the Supreme Court of Arkansas

  • Ms. Rena Micklewright, Deputy Coordinator for Court Interpreting Services for the New York State Unified Court System
  • Ms. Rosa P. Oakes, Court Program Coordinator for the Utah Administrative Office of the Courts
  • Hon. Daniel C, Moreno, District Court Judge for the Fourth Judicial District in Hennepin County, Minnesota
  • Ms. Polly Ryan, Program Coordinator for the State Court Administrator’s Office for the Supreme Court of Minnesota



Overview of Remote Interpreting Technology (PowerPoint)

An Examination of Remote Language Interpreting in the Minnesota Trial Courts (May 2011) 

Minnesota Judicial Branch Policy/Procedures (adopted in July 2010)

Hyperlink to Remote Interpreting on Minnesota Judicial Branch website

New York State Remote Interpreting Operational Standards (November 2011)

New York State Remote Interpreting Data (2005 - August 31, 2012)

New York State Tips: Working with Interpreters by Video or Teleconference

Uniform Rules for New York State Trial Courts

Utah State Courts (PowerPoint)

Videoconference and Remote Interpreting in Legal Proceedings Abstracts for International Symposium (February 2011) 

Report: Communicating More for Less: Using Translation and Interpreter Technology to Serve Limited English Proficient Individuals, published by the Migration Policy Institute (January 2011) 

Standard Practice Paper: Video Remote Interpreting, published by Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.

ABA Standards for Language Access in Courts