Court Interpreting | Professional Mandarin Interpreters | Chinese Translation Services
Build a winning case with court interpreting in Chinese
A good lawyer knows the hard facts; a great lawyer can deliver a brilliant statement to drive your verdict home. Translating that brilliance into another language takes specialised skill. We work alongside you and your legal representatives – working with witnesses and assisting in evidence cross-examination – so we are fluent in matters related to your case. We take time to understand your relevant documents, affidavits, witness statements, and expert reports. Having a Chin interpreter and translator on your side can be the crux of your successful outcome. We offer professional Chinese translation services.
Chin Communications provides certified Chinese court interpreting for:
Talk to us to tailor our Mandarin interpreting service for your case.
How can we help you?
Our diligent, experienced legal team is here to help you navigate the language complexities in legal cases.
In the meantime, our keen, legal translation team is here to help you avoid litigation, and swiftly navigate through negotiations and agreements.
Having a full team on your case means delays, changing dates, and adjournments are better managed
All of our court interpreters are certified and go through a rigorous selection process
We also provide legal Chinese document translation, from English to Chinese and vice versa, to help with consistent understanding and building of your case
Our interpreters are all accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters
Let us help you win your case.
Call us now on 1300 792 446 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Chinese’ and ‘Mandarin’ are sometimes used interchangeably, but here’s a tip: Chinese covers both written and spoken languages, whereas Mandarin only refers to the spoken dialect. There are many dialects in China and two different writing systems. On that token, we provide Chinese translation (written) in Simplified and Traditional characters, and Chinese interpreting in Mandarin, as well as other Chinese dialects.