W2D2022 – New dates and more

Following a consultation with delegates by email and at a meeting, and thanks to the flexibility of our venue, I am delighted to confirm new dates for our WordstoDeeds Conference 2022 – Legal Translation and Risk on Saturday 16 July and Sunday 17 July 2022.


Delegates from 17 countries have already registered!

Do please pass on the information on to anyone you know who might be interested. There are still plenty of places available.

The detailed programme is being updated as speakers confirm, so keep visiting the website regularly here: https://conferences.wordstodeeds.com/2022-programme.


There is still a small amount of accommodation left in college, and we can always recommend other options if you need assistance. We will be updating the accommodation availability on the conference website early next week.

Authors’ Table

Following requests I have received, as in previous years, we will have an “Authors’ Table” at the conference. Any attendees who are authors of publications on legal translation and related subjects will be welcome to leave their books for consultation, leaflets or flyers for other conference delegates who are interested. The space, made available free of charge, will not be manned (although we will be the only conference in College and the table will be inside our main conference room), and is subject to the fact that this is direct author promotion/sales, and there is no commercial or other relationship with the conference organisers.

CPD/CE points

We will issue certificates for any participants who would like an official record to count against CPD/CE requirements.

The certificate will list subjects covered and hours, as well as the date. If your professional body asks for other information, just let us know.

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