We provide professional court interpreters fluent in the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for our legal systems as outlined by Her Majesty's Courts Service. Communication in courtroom proceedings may be more complex than that in other settings or in everyday life. Court interpreters need appropriate qualifications relevant to the legal processes and procedures; a combination of fluency in both the source and target languages as well as a proficiency in legal terminology. We only use qualified and experienced court interpreters to further guarantee the quality and professionalism of our interpreting service. Prices for our standard languages are in accordance with the CPS legal aid system (see also: Legal aid interpreter services).
DPSI, NRPSI, and APCI Interpreter
We provide translated documents and interpreters to UK based law firms, solicitors and lawyers all requiring the specialist legal skills of a registered NRPSI, or APCI Interpreter or a translator with the relevant DPSI qualifications. A professional attitude is essential due to the intense sensitivity of many legal cases and specialised knowledge of legal terminology, formal and informal registers, dialect and jargon, varieties in language and nuances are required. A legally trained Translator or Interpreter must adhere to professional codes of conduct; maintaining confidentiality and an objective and unbiased approach to each assignment undertaken.
We provide court interpreters fluent in Mandarin Chinese | Hindu/Hindi | Spanish | English | Arabic | Portuguese | Bengali | Russian | Japanese | German | Punjabi | Wu | Javanese | Telugu | Marathi | Vietnamese | Korean | Tamil | French | Italian | Cantonese | Sindhi | Turkish | Min | Gujarati | Maithili | Polish | Ukrainian | Persian | Malayalam | Kannada | Tamazight (Berber) | Oriya | Azerbaijani | Hakka | Bhojpuri | Burmese | Gan | Thai | Sundanese | Romanian | Hausa | Pashto | Serbo-Croatian | Uzbek | Dutch | Yoruba | Amharic | Oromo | Indonesian | Filipino | Kurdish | Somali | Lao | Cebuano | Greek | Malay | Igbo | Malagasy | Nepali | Assamese | Shona | Khmer | Zhuang | Madurese | Hungarian | Sinhalese | Fula | Czech | Zulu | Quechua | Kazakh | Tibetan | Tajik | Chichewa (Nyanja) | Haitian Creole | Belarusian | Lombard | Hebrew | Swedish | Kongo | Akan | Albanian | Hmong | Yi | Tshiluba | Ilokano | Uyghur | Neapolitan | Bulgarian | Kinyarwanda | Xhosa | Balochi | Hiligaynon | Tigrinya | Catalan | Armenian | Minangkabau | Turkmen | Makhuwa | Santali | Batak | Afrikaans | Mongolian | Bhili | Danish | Finnish | Tatar | Gikuyu | Slovak | More | Swahili | Southern Quechua | Guarani | Kirundi | Sesotho (southern) | Romani | Norwegian | Pahari-Potwari | Tswana | Kanuri | Kashmiri | Bikol | Georgian | Qusqu-Qullaw | Umbundu | Konkani | Balinese | Northern Sotho (sePedi) | Luyia | Wolof | Bemba | Buginese | Luo (Dholuo) | Maninka | Mazanderani | Gilaki | Shan | Tsonga | Galician | Sukuma | Yiddish | Jamaican Creole | Piemonteis | Kyrgyz | Waray-Waray | Ewe | South Bolivian Quechua | Lithuanian | Ndebele | Urdu | Pakistani and many more. This includes DPSI, NRPSI, and APCI Interpreters.