Legal Interpreting

In today’s globalized economy multilingual communication is vital, especially in the legal industry. It’s not sufficient for an legal interpreter to speak multiple languages; you need a partner with both linguistic and legal expertise.

Simplify your search for professional legal interpreters

It’s a challenge to find accurate legal interpreting services for your law firm or corporate legal department. Clients can be demanding. Subject matter can be complex. Or you may not have the resources to find someone with both linguistic and legal expertise.

Every day, Lionbridge places expert legal, financial, and technical interpreters around the world to assist law firms and corporate legal departments with depositions, meetings, negotiations, hearings, and conference calls.

We have dedicated interpreting staff in three time zones to coordinate interpreting requests around the clock. We can provide consecutive, simultaneous, lead, or check interpreting assistance anywhere in the world, even on short notice, in more than 100 language combinations.

Our Solution

Our legal interpreters work closely with clients to confirm details such as subject matter, language pair, location, duration, and required qualifications to identify linguists optimally suited to each project.

  • Our professional interpreters confirm all assignment details with your team and quickly revert with candidates for your consideration.
  • You always have the opportunity to review your prospective interpreter’s experience and qualifications prior to booking.
  • Our team can also help you schedule an interview with the candidate(s), if requested.
  • We can handle any equipment-related logistics, if requested, or put your team in direct contact with a reliable equipment vendor. This can save time and money.
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Over-the-Phone Interpretation Services

"If a customer can’t engage with your contact center in their native language, they’re not going to have a very enjoyable experience with your brand."

Solutions to the Language Puzzle: Over-the-Phone Interpretation Services [Part 2] 2/8/2016