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In the blog article, “Making Sure Attorneys Understand the Value of a Professional Interpreter,” we took a look at the legal industry environment and industry standards for interpretation services. Today we’re going to look at industry standards for translators and how people benefit from professional translation services. When you need documents translated, you have a…
Hey everyone and welcome to this week’s tip-of-the-week! If you’ve missed our previous tips-of-the-week, feel free to check them out here. This week, we’re going to talk about creating a professional Table of Contents in Microsoft Word. What are some of the benefits of creating a table of contents (TOC)? A Table of Contents (TOC)…
You take notes in class, notes at business meetings, and notes at conferences, but do you ever take notes while on the job? For professional interpreters, you may. Not to simply be memorized and regurgitated later, an interpreter’s notes are both written and used simultaneously. They are designed to aid the interpreter in remembering the…
How can your law firm appeal to non-English speakers, and how do you work with them when you don’t speak their language? The answer is simple enough: You need to be able to communicate with your non-English speaking clients without investing significant amounts of time or resources. There is obviously something about your firm which…
What is cultural and linguistic competence? Today’s blog sets out to establish a solid understanding of this thought and why it should be embraced in all healthcare-related environments. Examining the words independently can help us understand this concept and how it should be applied in the medical field. Culture refers to integrated patterns of human…
Today’s legal work environment continues to become more diverse as practices, staff, and clients with different backgrounds interact with one another. Immigration and naturalization firms work directly with non-English speakers in the United States, but all practices are likely to come across documents or testimony that will not be available In English. Bilingual staff members…
As the demand for legal representation of non-English speaking clients continues to grow, attorneys are responsible for establishing an understanding for their clients of what they face and what to expect while interacting with the United States legal system. These clients face a frightening and foreign process that can determine matters fundamental to their lives…

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