legal interpreting

Report recommends providing language support training to UK prisoners

The Bell Foundation, a UK-based charity organization specializing in language education, has published a report highlighting the need for better language access services in the UK’s criminal justice system. Of particular interest is the organization’s finding that several prisoners currently serve as impromptu interpreters or language brokers for their non-English speaking peers, due to a lack of professional interpreters on-call.

Fake Interpreter Going to Prison

Mirwais Patang is not an interpreter, but he's now facing two years in prison for pretending to be one. When Patang was 18, The Evening...

Are conditions safe for legal interpreters?

MultiLingual has often reported on the health risks medical interpreters face working on site during the covid-19 pandemic. But what about legal interpreters? Los Angeles...