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Feb27

How to Select the Right Legal Interpreter for Your Business

America's judicial system helps maintain law and order within local communities. The legal system needs all residents to participate for it to work well. Crime victims must come forward to identify dangerous assailants. Witnesses should provide testimony to help prosecutors, defense attorneys, and law enforcement to find facts. Defendants and litig...

How to Select the Right Legal Interpreter for Your Business
Jan31

The Role of Classroom Interpreters, and How to Select the Right One

Because we live in an increasingly globalized world, where differences of race, culture, and language are not only expected, but frequently embraced, it is critical that limited English proficiency (LEP) students and/or LEP parents are valued as important stakeholders in the educational system. This is important in order for the LEP students to enj...

The Role of Classroom Interpreters, and How to Select the Right One
Jan24

Identifying and Resolving Translation and Interpretation Needs for Organizations

Growing multi-cultural demographics within nations, advancing online technology, and the expansion of international markets are all contributing to the acute need for translation and interpreting services for modern organizations. The specific type of services needed will vary according to the industry, preference, size, and location of each enterp...

Identifying and Resolving Translation and Interpretation Needs for Organizations
Jan16

Employee Bio: Devon Reed

Meet Devon Reed, Translation Project Manager for Language Network.   Her interest in languages was first sparked by her father’s ability to speak Spanish, eventually leading her to choose a career in the language industry. Devon moved from the United States to Argentina and has built a dual-continent family, often bouncing back-and-forth between th...

Employee Bio: Devon Reed
Jan03

Education Language Access Requirements for California's K-12 Schools

The Migration Policy Institute issued a Limited English Proficient Population in the United States in 2015. The organization reported 61.6 million U.S. residents spoke languages other than English. Twenty-five million of this group had limited English proficiency. The federal agency says LEP refers to any person age five and older that don't speak ...

Education Language Access Requirements for California's K-12 Schools

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