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Multnomah interpreter scheduling staff works remotely and the primary Multnomah Scheduler is available by four methods of communication:
Court Language Access Services (CLAS) will maintain Spanish staff interpreters at the downtown building. CLAS staff will continue to maintain simultaneous interpreting equipment for interpreters in the building. Freelance interpreters will need to verbally check in with the clerk in the courtroom they are assigned to and contact the scheduler by phone to sign out.Attorneys working within the Multnomah County Circuit Courts should follow the Uniform Trial Court Rules and/or Supplemental Local Rules applicable to the use of and the scheduling of court interpreters.(UTCR 7.070 and 7.080,
Multnomah Supplemental Local Rule (7.071). In brief:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information, please contact an Operations Manager at
Ed Alletto at
If requested by a neutral court interpreter, parties in civil and criminal cases shall provide a list of specialized terminology expected to be used in the proceeding in which the interpreter will be providing services. The list shall be provided prior to the commencement of the proceeding. The list shall be kept confidential by the interpreter and is not discoverable.
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