Find a legal translator or an interpreter - England and Wales
In the field of civil justice, pending procedures and proceedings initiated before the end of the transition period will continue under EU law. The e-Justice Portal, on the basis of a mutual agreement with the UK, will maintain the relevant information related to the United Kingdom until the end of 2022.
This section helps you find a legal translator or interpreter in England and Wales
Currently, England and Wales do not have a centralised database of interpreters or translators. However, you can find more information on how to search for an interpreter or translator in a number of decentralised registers and lists, including:
- The Ministry of Justice guidance on court interpreters
- The National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI)
- The Association of Police and Court Interpreters (APCI)
- The Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI)
- Lists held by commercial agencies
- The Chartered Institute of Linguists
National Register of Public Service Interpreters, Association of Police and Court Interpreters, Institute of Translation and Interpreting, Ministry of Justice court interpreters Chartered Institute of Linguists
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Last update: 25/11/2016