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Legal translators/interpreters


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Currently, Scotland does not have a single centralised database of interpreters or translators. However, you can search a number of decentralised registers and lists, including:

If you are seeking legal aid for assistance with interpretation and translation, the SLAB register is recommended.

Related Links

Scottish Legal Aid Board
National Register of Public Service Interpreters
Association of Police and Court Interpreters
Institute of Translation and Interpreting

Last update: 04/05/2020

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