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John Greacen

John Greacen

John Greacen, currently a principal of Greacen Associates, LLC, wrote the seminal article on the difference between legal information and legal advice for court staff in 1995 and continues to publish regularly on the topic. He has evaluated programs to as ...

Report: Standards for Language Access in Court (ABA 2012)

Report: Standards for Language Access in Court (ABA 2012)

A project of the Standing Committee on Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants, the Standards for Language Access in the Courts (2012)  (available here) offers standards and extensive commentary to provide guidance to courts in designing, implementing, and enfo ...

Massachusetts Trial Court Language Access Plan (2014)

Published by Chief Justice of the Trial Court Paula M. Carey, Court Administrator Harry Spence and in cooperation with the Language Access Advisory Committee, the purpose of Massachusetts Trial Court Language Access Plan (2014) available here, is to provi ...

Resource: 12 Tips on Working with an Interpreter (Language Lines Services 2005)

This short tip sheet from Language Line Services  can help staff understand how to best engage an interpreter. Trial Court Self-Help LEP and Access 12 Tips On Working Effectively With An Interpreter (2005).pdf Language Line Services Inc. 2005 ...

Report: Report and Recommendations for the Translation and Distribution of Legal Materials for Hmong, Somali and Spanish Speaking Minnesotans (Minnesota 2007)

This Report and Recommendations for the Translation and Distribution of Legal Materials for Hmong, Somali and Spanish Speaking Minnesotans (2007) was developed by the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition to assist the Minnesota Judicial Branch in its effort ...

Presentation: Language Access and Service Centers in the Trial Court (Massachusetts 2015)

Presentation by Ericka Rickard, Access to Justice Cordinator for the Massachusetts Trial Courts, on implemenation of Massachusetts' Language Access Plan. Massachusetts Language Access and Court Service Centers in Massachusetts Trial Courts (Massachus ...

Plan: Nebraska Judicial Branch Language Access Plan (Nebraska 2014)

The Nebraska Supreme Court recognizes that language access to court proceedings, probation services and court-ordered assistance, treatment, etc., may have a lasting and life-altering impact upon a limited English proficient (LEP) court user and his or he ...