Legal Interpreters

Language of Justice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

btn-interview_click

 

 

 

Interested in working as a professional legal interpreter?

Interpretation is both an art and a science, requiring very specialized training. Our federally certified and highly experienced instructors, combined with our extensive curriculum, offer a level of quality not easily matched.

Law firms, private attorneys, government agencies and law enforcement are in need of interpreters trained in the field. The Language of Justice, legal interpreter training course has been designed to prepare the interpreter for the non-courtroom legal field. (3 days)

Legal interpreters are always in demand. Courts, law firms, government agencies and law enforcement, need bilinguals that are trained in the field. The Language of Justice, legal interpreter training course has been designed to prepare the interpreter for the legal field.

United States Courts Government website below:

http://www.uscourts.gov/FederalCourts/UnderstandingtheFederalCourts/DistrictCourts/CourtInterpreters.aspx

Federal Court Interpreters

The use of competent federal court interpreters in proceedings involving speakers of languages other than English is critical to ensure that justice is carried out fairly for defendants and other stakeholders. The Court Interpreters Act, 28 U.S.C. ยง1827 provides that the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts shall prescribe, determine, and certify the qualifications of persons who may serve as certified interpreters, when the Director considers certification of interpreters to be merited, for the hearing impaired (whether or not also speech impaired) and persons who speak only or primarily a language other than the English language, in judicial proceedings instituted by the United States.

National Court Interpreter Database (NCID) Gateway

The NCID is used by the federal courts for contact information when in need of contract court interpreting services.

The Administrative Office classifies three categories of interpreters:

The professional knowledge, skills, and abilities required of a federal court interpreter are highly complex. Communication in courtroom proceedings may be more complex than that in other settings or in everyday life. For example, the parties involved may use specialized and legal terminology, formal and informal registers, dialect and jargon, varieties in language and nuances of meaning.

Contract Court Interpreter Services

Court Interpreting Guidance

Sponsors:

ANC

You must be logged in to post a comment Login