Certified Interpreters work in a variety of legal settings, including attorney-client meetings, depositions, preliminary hearings, and trials. Legal interpreters must have a thorough familiarity with the language and functions of the U.S. judicial system. The success of interpreters requires an understanding of both legal terminology and colloquial language. Simultaneous translation requires interpreters to speak and listen at the same time. Certified Interpreters speak a variety of languages, so give us a call and let us know your language of choice.