Legal, commercial, banking, philosophy, and translations.
Last December I graduated as a Public Translator. I studied at the University of the Republic in Uruguay (South America).
The degree entitles me to translate any offical document, in order to submit in court, etc. I am also studying Philosophy.
At present I am working on the Translation of an article by philosopher Ronald Dworkin, for an arbitrated journal of Philosophy published by the School of Humanities, in Uruguay.
I have done several translation works, including the translation of the Judgmenet of Atlanta's Court of Appelas, on Elian Gonzalez' case. I have also translated an article by Peter Hall, for the School of Social Sciences of the University of the Republic in Uruguay. And I have experience translating legal documents in general (Affidavits, Brith Certificates, Patents Applications, Contracts, etc.)