Spanish Speakers Sought for Translation Work

09 May 2011

Leigh Day, the law firm representing the alleged victims in the Majaz / Monterrico Metals case, is currently seeking assistance with the translation of documents in preparation for the trial in the UK in October. The firm is ideally looking for native English speakers with a high standard of Spanish to translate witness statements from Spanish to English as soon as possible. Translators can work remotely and will be renumerated at a rate of 4p per word. If you are interested, please e-mail info@perusupportgroup.org.uk with details of your availability, a brief outline of your work history and level of Spanish.

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