Legal Translations

Delivering reliable and accurate legal translation solutions to city law firms and legal professionals

Intertranslations provides accurate, reliable and top quality legal translation services.

Legal translation experts

Our expert legal translators have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the legal services sector and only translate into their mother tongue ensuring 100% accuracy and integrity of the source document. Our law translations teams are well-acquainted with regulatory requirements, UK law, international legislation and institutions. From the translation of litigation cases to legal terms translation services, Intertranslations can cover all of your relevant needs.

Quality

We follow a strict quality assurance methodology that involves editing, proofreading legal documents, and glossary implementation. This allows us to deliver secure, accurate, translation services to London law firms, legal and in-house counsel professionals. We closely work with your deadlines and are able to manage several projects at the same time and have the resources to adapt to clients’ needs. We ensure clear and concise communication with clients and a collaborative and transparent approach from start to finish.

Data security

When it comes to legal translation for corporate documents, we fully understand the importance of data protection in the legal services industry and take security very seriously. This is why we hold independent accreditation ISO 27001:2013 for information security, which ensures that all data is transmitted by secure means and held in accordance with Data Protection standards. Additionally, our legal translators adhere to strict confidentiality and impartiality clauses and we are happy to sign Confidentiality Agreements and Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA) with clients.

• Over 20 years’ industry experience

• Specialised legal and language expert

• ISO27001 certified translation provider

• Legally compliant translation solutions

• A team of experts working on your project

Trusted by

European Court Of Justice European CommissionEuropean ParliamentNorton Rose Fulbright