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The Irish Translators’ and Interpreters’ Association / Cumann Aistritheoirí agus Ateangairí na hÉireann (ITIA) is the only professional association in Ireland representing the interests of practising translators and interpreters. It is a not-for-profit organisation.

Are you looking for a translator (translates the written word) or an interpreter (translates the spoken word)? Search our online database of Professional Members or our general ITIA Register of Members (Professional and Associate members) in PDF-Format.

Do you require a certified translation (e.g. of a Birth/Marriage Certificate/Contract etc.)? Please see our list of ITIA Certified Legal Translators (qualified to translate, stamp and certify documents for use in a legal context, for state departments, embassies etc.).


Translation Competition for Secondary School Students 2017


About the ITIA 


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ITIA Bulletin 

No. 2017-2 includes:

  • Members corner: Profile of Adam Brozynski, ITIA Certified Translator (Polish/English)
  • What we look for in our freelance translators - Sinead Healy of Nova Language Solutions Ltd.
  • What's HOT and what's NOT ...
  • Worth a click ...

... and much more

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A Matter of Interpretation - an article in the Law Society Gazette April 2017 by ITIA Chair, Mary Phelan 

Lost in Translation - an article in the Law Society Gazette May 2017 by Annette Schiller

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Translation Competition 2017 for Secondary School Students

details and texts

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Legal interpreters in the UK. New Ministry of Justice contract - dossier on its (lack of) success.  Details

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Legal interpreters in the news in Ireland, by Mary Phelan. Details

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