| TYPES OF DOCUMENTS
| We translate all types of legal document, including: Affidavits; Depositions; Witness Statements; Resolutions; Statutes; Executive Orders; Rules; Complaints; Answers; Motions; Orders; Briefs; Litigation Documents; Jury Instructions; Judicial Opinions; Consumer-Finance Contracts; Insurance Contracts; Agreements related to construction, goods, services and employment; Tenders; Investment Contracts; Real Estate Documents; Estate Planning Documents; Articles of Incorporation; Copyright Registrations; Trademark Applications; Patent Documents; Certificates of Accuracy; Clarity Awards; among others.|
| LANGUAGES TRANSLATED
Bi-Directional Document Translation
Service for virtually any language pair used in legal documents.
In addition to providing legal document translation
services from any language into the English, French or Spanish languages, we can also
assist you with the translation of English language legal material into the world's most popular
languages: English to Chinese; English to Arabic; English to German; English to Japanese; English to Portuguese; English to Russian; English to Korean; English to Italian; English to Hindi; to name but the most
popular among the more than 75 languages that we can handle
| LEGAL HISTORY DOCUMENT TRANSLATION - COMPLETE COVERAGE
We translate all manner of texts and documents within the field of law. We assist organizations with legal documentation that requires accurate translation, such as, but not limited to: Contracts, Transfer Agreements, Certificates of Accuracy, Witness Statements, Depositions, Affidavits, Sworn Statements, Trusts, Wills, Articles of Incorporation, Legal Decisions, Court Transcripts, Litigation Documents, Immigration Documents and, Evidentiary Documents.
We can source freelance legal translation resources for any legal history topic.
Legal history or the history of law is the study of how law has evolved and why it changed. Legal history is closely connected to the development of civilizations and is set in the wider context of social history. Among certain jurists and historians of legal process it has been seen as the recording of the evolution of laws and the technical explanation of how these laws have evolved with the view of better understanding the origins of various legal concepts, some consider it a branch of intellectual history. Twentieth century historians have viewed legal history in a more contextualized manner more in line with the thinking of social historians. They have looked at legal institutions as complex systems of rules, players and symbols and have seen these elements interact with society to change, adapt, resist or promote certain aspects of civil society. Such legal historians have tended to analyze case histories from the parameters of social science inquiry, using statistical methods, analyzing class distinctions among litigants, petitioners and other players in various legal processes. By analyzing case outcomes, transaction costs, number of settled cases they have begun an analysis of legal institutions, practices, procedures and briefs that give us a more complex picture of law and society than the study of jurisprudence, case law and civil codes can achieve. Legal History Info Source
Law is a system of rules and guidelines, usually enforced through a set of institutions. It shapes politics, economics and society in numerous ways and serves as a social mediator of relations between people. Contract law regulates everything from buying a bus ticket to trading on derivatives markets. Property law defines rights and obligations related to the transfer and title of personal (often referred to as chattel) and real property. Trust law applies to assets held for investment and financial security, while tort law allows claims for compensation if a person's rights or property are harmed. If the harm is criminalised in a statute, criminal law offers means by which the state can prosecute the perpetrator. Constitutional law provides a framework for the creation of law, the protection of human rights and the election of political representatives. Administrative law is used to review the decisions of government agencies, while international law governs affairs between Sovereign States in activities ranging from trade to environmental regulation or military action. Writing in 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Aristotle declared, "The rule of law is better than the rule of any individual." Legal Theory (Law) Info Source
Legal Translation Expertise in ALL Areas of Law Practice
Freelance translators available for all legal specialties, including:
Arbitration & Mediation;
Protocols & Patents;
Sales & Acquisitions;
Tort Law; and,
Legal Translation Terminology Overview
Common legal terminology & topics translated:
A mensa et toro · A vinculo matrimonii · ab initio · Abet · Abettor · Abscond · Accessory · Accomplice · Acquittal · Adversarial system · Affidavit · Alibi · Alternative dispute resolution · Amicus curiae · Anton Piller order · Appeal · Appellant · Appellee · Arbitration · Arraignment · Arguendo · Attorney · Bailment · Burden of persuasion · Burden of production · Burden of proof · Capital Offence · Case-in-chief · Case-in-rebuttal · Challenge for cause · Civil action · Civil Rights · Claimant · Class Action · Conviction · Crime · Change of venue · Court · Cross examination · Custodian · Damages · Defendant · De Minimis · Dismissal · Deposition · Direct Appeal · Direct Examination · Error coram nobis · Estoppel · Exhibit · Ex parte · Express authority · Felony · Fixed-price contract · Grantee · Grantor · Hearing · Implied authority · Inadmissible · In Camera · Indictment · Infraction · In loco parentis · In medias res · Injunction · Inquest · Inter Alia · Judge · Judicial · Jurisprudence · Jus tertii · Judgement proof · Juror · Jury · Justice · Laches · Lawsuit · Libel · Litigation · Mareva injunction · Mens Rea · Miranda Rights · Misdemeanor · Mistrial · Motions · Non est factum · Objection · Offence · On the merits · Palm tree justice · Pardon · Petitioner · Plaintiff · Plea · Plea Bargain · Positive law · Precedent · Precendent · Prejudice · Prima facie · Pro hac vice · Pro per, Pro se · R - Rex or Regina · Res Ipsa Loquitur · Rappery · Respondent · Reversible error · Rule Nisi - Decree nisi · scenes à faire · Sentence · Sic utere · Sine die · Sine qua non · Slander · (The) State · Statutory Declaration · Sua Sponte · Subpoena · Subpoena duces tecum · Summons · Testimony · Tort · Tortfeasor · Trial · Tribunal · Under Seal · Uphold · Venue · Verdict · Versus · Witness
| PROOFREADING SERVICE
| Our proofreading service consists of reviewing any text for errors – hard copy (written documentation) or electronic (e.g. websites, MSWord files, PowerPoint files).The types of errors we look for include: missing words; typos; spelling mistakes; formatting errors; missing or bad punctuation; etc.
The proofreading service is combined with light copy-editing: checking for grammar; improper language usage; run-on sentences; consistency issues; etc. Our objective is to improve the formatting, style and accuracy of your written material without changing the content.
| WEBSITE CONTENT TRANSLATION
| Website Translation and Localization Services for professional practices: We have substantial expertise in the translation of website content. However, our website translation service goes well beyond the translated word. We approach website translation assignments with localization considerations in mind: cultural adaptation (appropriateness); target audience(s); search engine optimization (SEO).
Our objective is to ensure that your translated website is effective in reaching its intended audience, delivers your business message strongly and
succinctly, projecting a credible professional image while protecting your reputation.
| TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
| Technical documents can be found in a very wide range of subjects: automotive; hydraulics; engineering (civil, marine, mechanical, electrical); avionics; medical & pharmaceutical (monographs, equipment specs, hardware); the law; information technology; optics; science (chemistry, mathematics, statistics, physics, etc.); high tech manufacturing; architecture and construction. Technical applications would include: commercial agreements; product labeling; scientific reports; statistics and mathematics; patent documents; instruction manuals; warranties; engineering specifications; etc. There's really no end of topics.
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Legal History Info Source: Wikipedia – Content available under GNU Free Documentation License
Legal (Law) Theory Info Source: Wikipedia – Content available under GNU Free Documentation License