Interpreter

Court Registered & Certified Interpreters

We provide court registered interpreters throughout Louisiana.  Have a language barrier?  Schedule an interpreter with us today!  We have over one hundred registered court interpreters in our system.  Our interpreters reside throughout the entire State of Louisiana.  Lafayette, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans are just a few of the cities we cover.  As a result of having so many interpreters, we can offer a multitude of different languages.  French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Thai and even American Sign Language are just some languages that our interpreters are fluent in.  Our services aren’t limited to simply depositions.  We can help you with meetings, hearings, interviews, or anything else you can think of.  We provide court registered interpreters throughout Louisiana.

Contact our office to schedule today.
(337) 456-4809
mail@accuwritereporting.com

 

Below are the guidelines set by the Louisiana Supreme Court.

  • Registered court interpreter in Louisiana must meet certain requirements.  They must pass the required examinations, complete a two day training course, comply with Part G, Section 14 of the General Administrative Rules for all Louisiana Courts: The Code of Professional Responsibility for Language Interpreters, and also pass a background check.
  • Certified interpreter must meet even more requirements.  They must first be a registered court interpreter and must pass the National Center of State Court Oral Certification Examination.  They have also tested skills in simultaneous and consecutive court interpreting as well as in sight translation and have scored a 70% or better on each testing section.
  • American Sign Language interpreters are not required to take the written translation examination.  Instead, they will need to provide proof of a valid Specialist Certificate Legal or a national generalist certificate from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.

 

If you, or someone you know, is interested in becoming a court interpreter please take a look at the following links:

https://www.lasc.org/court_interpreters/Interpreter_Training_Registration.pdf
https://www.lasc.org/court_interpreters/Oral_Certification_Exam_Registration_Form.pdf

We’re always looking for more registered & certified interpreters in Louisiana.  If you would like to be added into our system please click here.