This workshop, conducted virtually through the Zoom platform, will provide a brief review of the field of interpretation and service models of interpreting and Deaf interpreting; current and evolving roles, which affect ethical making decisions and historical perspectives on Deaf interpreters. This workshop will focus primarily on Ethics and ethical making-decision processes for Deaf Interpreters related to ethics and RID's Code of Professional Conduct as well as ethical issues that Deaf Interpreters may encounter during their work. Additionally, there will be a lecture and group discussions on considerations and challenges that Deaf interpreters face in their work with ethical decision-making processes such as cultural brokering. This workshop will be taught primarily in lecture due to using the Zoom platform. Participants will be allowed to contribute to the discussions and a Q & A session will be provided, time permitting. This is for intermediate level.