Judicial interpretation app interprets judicial interpretations
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Judicial interpretation apps can help medical interpreters get a handle on how the law works in their communities, and can be a great resource for people who want to get started, according to the creators of Judicial Interpretation Movie.
The app, which is being released today by the non-profit National Lawyers Guild, allows users to access and watch videos of court cases.
A portion of the app is available to users in the U.S., which includes states like Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona, according the app’s website.
The apps’ developers hope that the app will be useful to interpreters who are currently unable to access the courts, but also to those who want more information about how their local courts work.
Judicial interpretation apps are often touted as a way for lawyers to improve their professional standing by understanding the law more accurately.
For example, interpreters in New York City could use the app to learn about the law as it applies to them, or to learn more about the laws of New Jersey and Massachusetts.
“There are so many different ways for us to improve the quality of life in a specific area, so if you want to learn how a particular law works, there’s a whole other set of tools and resources that are available to you that you can access through the app,” Joshua Emsley, a professor of law at the University of Texas-Austin and one of the developers of the apps, told the Wall Street Journal.
The NLLG also plans to launch a similar app for medical interprets to provide them with more information on how medical interprests work, but Emsray told the newspaper that he believes the app would be better suited to that purpose.
“A lot of the interpreters are working at very high levels and a lot of them are in the public eye,” Emssey said.
“It’s important to have a tool that allows people to know what is really going on.”
Judicial interpretation apps can help medical interpreters get a handle on how the law works in their communities, and can…