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Legal Interpretation

Morningside’s certified interpreters are available to provide legal interpreting services for depositions and courtroom appearances in over 150 languages, all over the world. Interpreters are carefully selected for their extensive legal experience, language proficiency, and expertise in the relevant subject matter. Our linguists arrive on-time, professionally attired, and fully briefed on the case and relevant subject matter. We also offer confidential over-the-phone and video remote interpretation for legal matters.

Legal Interpreting Expertise

Our extensive network of professional legal interpreters can deliver simultaneous and consecutive interpretation in a broad range of subjects and technical fields. We carefully select the best-suited legal interpreter for each specific case—and ensure that they arrive fully prepped and ready to provide the highest level of service. In many cases this means proper court certifications and expert credentials which Morningside’s interpreters possess.

Our legal interpreters are screened and vetted according to our strict, ISO-certified QA process. In addition to testing and training, we require a professional appearance and excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Finally, all of our professional interpreters are accredited by organizations including:

National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT)

American Translators Association (ATA)

California Court Interpreters Association (CCIA)

Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI)

Interpretation Equipment  

Morningside can provide all necessary interpretation equipment including fully enclosed or table-top booths and cabins, transmitters, headset receivers, and portable body pack equipment.

Security & Confidentiality

Morningside understands the importance of security and confidentiality in the legal industry and deems all disclosed data, ideas, and all sources of oral and written information to be strictly confidential. We are cognizant of the fact that the protection of privileged documents and proprietary information requires legally binding non-disclosure agreements and secure premises, servers, and networks.