202 - Legal Terminology: Commercial Law Terminology
Are you interested in working in the legal translation specialty area? Does your language pair(s) include English? If so, learn the meaning of English language legal terminology in order to better understand legal documents. Duration: 60 minutes.
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Videos from the bundle:
On-demand training 201 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Patent Terminology
On-demand training 202 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Commercial Law Terminology
On-demand training 203 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Family Law Terminology
On-demand training 204 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Real Estate Law Terminology
On-demand training 205 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Wills and Estates Law Terminology
Freelancers who are starting out in the specialized area of legal translation. This course is for freelancers who translate in any language pair which includes English. Attendees should have completed the "201 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Commercial Law Terminology" webinar", available on-demand at http://www.proz.com/translator-training/course/4411-102_legal_terminology_for_new_legal_translators%3A_commercial_law_terminology.
This 5-part course is taught by a Canadian lawyer-linguist as the first step in understanding English legal terminology. It is designed for freelancers who are beginning to work in the legal translation. At the end of this course attendees will have increased knowledge with regard to English legal structures and specific terminology found in various legal documents.
Attendance at the "102 - Legal Terminology for New Legal Translators: Commercial Law Terminology" webinar.
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- commercial law terminology
- commercial law documents
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