Legal Language’s interpreters provide a variety of services to meet all of your interpreting needs throughout the US. What’s more, Legal Language offers interpreting in non-US venues as well.
Wherever you need an interpreter, Legal Language can help you determine what type of interpreting is right for you.
Consecutive interpreting may be used in both formal and informal settings. After one person speaks, an interpreter will render the speaker’s words into a second language. A second speaker responds in that language, and the linguist then interprets the response into the first language.
For larger or more formal proceedings, simultaneous interpreting, also known as UN-style interpreting, may be used. The interpreter renders the speaker’s words into a different language in real time with the aid of specialized equipment including wireless headsets and soundproof booths.