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Don't forget to register for the ATA 54th Annual Conference

November 6-9, 2013
Marriott Rivercenter
San Antonio, Texas



Click to learn more about the ATA Annual Conference!


We need your help at the conference!

JLD needs volunteers to:

1) introduce our speakers, facilitate presentation by tracking time and providing general assistance to the speaker.
2) write a live or post-session summary for our blog the JLD Times.

Contact Jim (jim.patrick.1977@gmail.com) and myself (nedwards@divergingrealities.com)


The Annual JLD Dinner: Sign up today!

Friday, November 8, 2013 at 7 p.m. - Iron Cactus

Please join us for the 2013 JLD Annual Dinner in San Antonio. Enjoy conversation with colleagues over a delicious Tex-Mex buffet. Bring your spouse and other guests. Click here for more information.


The Japanese<>English Certification Workshop (Session J-4)

The Japanese<>English Certification Workshop (Session J-4) will be held 4-5 p.m., Friday, November 8, 2013 at the ATA Conference in San Antonio, TX. Contact Ken Wagner (J>E) at JapaneseMedical@comcast.net or Akiko Sasaki-Summers (E>J) atakiko123@comcast.net, to request a workshop passage for translation and with any other questions about the workshop.

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Click here to view this year's JLD sessions.


The JLD Open House at the conference

The JLD Division Open House is immediately after the Welcome Reception at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 6.


Don't miss this opportunity! JLD Newcomers’ Luncheon

Friday, November 8, 2013 at 1-2 p.m

Are you a first time conference attendee ? If so, please join us at a luncheon in San Antonio! This is a casual lunch gathering where new and regular JLD conference attendees will meet and discuss any topics you wish. The regular attendees will share the experience and insights with you on translation and interpretation. We will meet at a local restaurant near the Marriott Hotel, the conference venue.

Contact Hiro Tsuchiya at 847-967-0120


Blast from the past

Did you know that you can still read the past issues of The JLD Times? All are archived in pdf. Past conference presentations are also available.