We translate of all sorts of legal documents in all world languages. Our clients, including Legal 500 law firms, the Ministry of Justice and the legal departments of international companies – have come to appreciate the expertise and customer service we bring to legal translation services.

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  • Serving law professionals

Legal translation is a specialised discipline. The translation must be clear, accurate, precise, and consistent. A phrase with a specific legal meaning must be translated the same way throughout a document – and throughout the revisions of that document or in subsequent documents.

The stakes are high. We understand that an apparently minor mistake can have very serious consequences. Only specialist translators understand the context and terminology of legal communications. That’s why our team includes experienced lawyers and legal experts – most of whom have many years of experience in law firms or the legal departments of major companies.

We also build glossaries specific to each client using advanced computer-assisted translation (CAT) software. This means that certain words or phrases will always be translated consistently within each document and from one project to the next.

  • Need an excellent quality legal translation done quickly?

No problem. We understand that sometimes you need your translation quickly – due to contract deadlines, court dates or market events, for example. For large projects and short deadlines, we divide your document amongst a team of specialist legal translators. Our project managers and proofreaders then ensure the work of each translator is of the same consistent, high quality. And we guarantee complete confidentiality too, of course.

  • We translate...
  • Contracts
  • Compliance and regulatory material
  • Patent documents
  • Licensing agreements
  • Company by-laws
  • Court transcripts
  • Judgments
  • Evidence for submission in court
  • Summons
  • Immigration and nationality documents
  • Birth, marriage and death certificates
  • Depositions and interviews