FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 3: Legal Translator and Attorney Jennifer Bader Discusses US/French Privacy Law

Welcome to the third episode of the French Language Division’s Continuing Education Series podcast. The main focus of this podcast is the craft of translation (English > French and French > English).

JBaderIn episode 3, podcast host, Angela Benoit welcomes legal expert Jennifer Bader of Class Translations for an overview of the differences in privacy law in the United States and France. Angela and Jennifer also explore the convergences and differences found in two original language documents, providing insight and terminology useful to translators.

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