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Esther Monzo, Ph.D.

Esther Monz Nebot teaches legal translation in the Department of Translation and Communication at University Jaume I of Castell. After finishing her degree in Translation and Interpreting in 1998, she taught Catalan, Spanish and Translation at the University of Cambridge (UK). She became a sworn translator and interpreter in 1999 and completed her PhD studies in translation at University Jaume I while freelancing as a legal and technical translator. In her PhD Dissertation she studied the legal translator in the Spanish context from a sociological perspective. She is now engaged in the research teams Gitrad ( and Gentt (, and she is a founding member of the Lextra study network, a group of scholars and professionals interested in the study of translation and the law.
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» Corpus-based Teaching: The Use of Original and Translated Texts in the training of legal translators
By Esther Monzo, Ph.D. | Published 06/10/2005 | Translator Education | Recommendation:
The initiative I am presenting here was introduced as part of legal translation training (English-Spanish/Catalan) at the Universitat Jaume I (Spain) in the academic years 2001-2002 and 2002-2003. The project was aimed at improving the training of future legal translators studying for their Degree in Translation and Interpreting. We wanted to foster a certain degree of autonomy in the documentatio ...
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