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2015 Events


A joint LRG/University of Westminster event for LRG members, non-members and students

Thu 19 March 2015 5.30 to 9.30 pm

This long-standing and very popular event is presented again by the London Regional Group of the ITI for the benefit of students, members and non-members. It brings together freelance translators and interpreters and translation and interpreting companies.

A star panel of translation company representatives: Clare Suttie of Atlas Translations, Howard Cardinal of Dora Wirth (Languages) Ltd, Jonathan Coutts of John Venn & Sons and Lindsay Bywood of Voice & Script International, will share their industry experience and talk about what they look for in a translator or interpreter, how they evaluate CVs, their relationship with their panel of freelance service providers, and the specialist skills they value.

After short presentations, there will be a Q&A session during which participants will be able to quiz the panellists about all aspects of the freelance contract. There will also be small, round-table discussion sessions at which participants can talk to each of the panellists, in smaller, more informal groups.

Light refreshments will be served at the start of the event and during a mid-evening break: tea/coffee/juices/water/biscuits.

The event is suitable for translators and interpreters at all levels: students, new entrants to the profession and experienced practitioners alike and is an ideal opportunity to bring work and service providers together.

Costs, to include refreshments: LRG members: £10; non-LRG: £15; Student (non-UoW): £5

NB: UoW MA students should book via their Course Director.

Book on Eventbrite:


See also LRG website: CLICK HERE , or ICE and ITI Events for updates.

This event qualifies for 3 hours CPD.

Legal Event

Workshop and introduction to an aspect of English law for translators and interpreters

By David Hutchins (Solicitor)

Wed 25 Feb 2015 6:30 for 7 pm

David Hutchins will give a taster of the day-long courses for which he is very well known and which will introduce us to aspects of terminology as used in English law.

Discussions and questions will be an integral part of the workshop.

This event is suitable for translators and interpreters working into and out of English. No knowledge of English law is required.

The event will finish at 9pm but David is happy to stay on to network with participants, after the event.

About David Hutchins

David Hutchins has been a solicitor since 1967. He was until 1998 the Senior Partner of Hutchins & Co, Solicitors, London, a firm he founded in 1971. His legal experience includes conveyancing, wills, probate, landlord and tenant, commercial contracts, employment law, criminal law, family law, professional negligence, personal injury claims and general civil litigation. He has been a frequent Guest Speaker on "English for Lawyers" courses and is also an experienced small-group presenter. He speaks and reads French and has a working knowledge of German, Italian, and Latin. He has translated "Le Petit Prince" for a BBC Radio 4 dramatisation, broadcast Christmas 1999.

Refreshments: Coffee, tea, biscuits and fruit will be available from 6.30pm. There will also be a refreshment break during the evening.

Cost: £15 for LRG members, £20 for non-LRG members.

Regiatration essential, booking via Eventbrite:

To register CLICK HERE