Small but important victory – eJustice portal

On Friday I happened upon the new beta version of the European eJustice portal. And discovered to my delight that under the menu entitled “Find a legal professional” we find “Legal translators/interpreters”!

Does anyone else share my delight about this? Many readers of this blog work hard to spread knowledge about the professions of legal translator and legal interpreter, and so often it’s an uphill fight against low status and lack of recognition. Let’s hope it’s the beginning of change!

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By the way, the eJustice portal is a great resource which brings together legal information – areas of law, court procedures, legislation and case law, and much more. In particular it provides comparisons for the same subject in each Member State. Just click on the flags and explore!

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By the way, I have noticed that all of the professions listed are not included in the top summary “Types of legal professions” – maybe a reader has the ear of those who could make this tweak? 😊

 

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