Advanced Legal Translation

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Course Description

Exploration of the deep and most complicated aspects and characteristics of legal texts, documents and court papers.


By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Master the key skills of translating the most sophisticated legal documents and court papers
  • Use the professional and ethical standards required for legal translators
  • Demonstrate proficiency in utilizing legal sources that could assist you in translating legal documents
  • Apply to be a legal/sworn translation

Course Outline

  • Exploring legal linguistic characteristics
  • Exploring basic cliches
  • Drills on translating laws and bylaws
  • Time management and mental processing
  • Drills on translating contracts
  • Drills on translating court proceedings and resolutions
  • Types of legal literature
  • Write the legislative (laws, contracts, regulations, rules, commandments
  • Analysis of the substantive legal (court judgments, arbitration awards, the formulation of the legal opinion notes, internal memos, etc.).
  • Impartial legal analysis (notes pleadings)
  • Communicate through writing (regular letters, e-mail)
  • The difficulties in understanding the legal text, England) at the level of the floor, a group of words, phrase, sentence, the relationship between the sentences)
  • Formal Qualities
  • Organization of the legal document
  • The terms defined
  • Punctuation
  • Vocabulary
  • Choice of words (official words, technical words, words borrowed)
  • Formulas cogens (must, may, may not be prohibited, the right, required)
  • Artificial legal language
  • Redundancy (terms of marital and Triple)
  • Sentence structure
  • Elements of the legal basis
  • Writing templates
  • The syntax of legal analytical
  • Legislative syntax (sentence wisdom and phrases restrictive sense)
  • Methods syntax legal (attribution, parallelism, connectivity path of kindness, chapter, the subsequent restriction of the name)