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Legal Terminology Dictionary

The Mid-American Regional Interpreter Education (MARIE) Center was a resource center on interpreting and interpreter education housed in the University of Northern Colorado's Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies. The MARIE Center was funded by the US Department of Education and Rehabilitation Services Administration grants from 2005-2016. During the 2010-2016 grant cycle, The MARIE Center, as the Center on Excellence in Legal Interpreting, chose to honor those who came before us and the work they did by selecting 300 of the terms most commonly seen in legal discourse and to make this valuable resource available in ASL and locate it on the internet. Project CLIMB continues the work of the MARIE Center by hosting this Legal Terminology Dictionary.

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The contents of the Project CLIMB website were developed under a grant (#H160D160001) from the Department of Education. The contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education. You should not assume endorsement by the Federal government.

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