Interpreting alumnus’ reflection piece is published on Cardiff University website.

Date: 21/11/2014

Congratulations to Ronan Malt, London Met MA Interpreting alumnus, for publishing an article on Public Service Interpreting, more specifically a reflection piece on a case study in court. 

The article is published on the FuzzyLaw platform, Cardiff University. We always encourage our students to get involved in publications and conferences, and this is what Ronan did. 

Ronan said: "Towards the end of the module in Public Service Interpreting (Legal Option) which I was studying as a part of the MA in Interpreting at London Met, we were warmly encouraged by our course leader, Danielle D’Hayer, to visit the Fuzzy Law Project website to revise for our upcoming examinations. Upon visiting the website, I saw the section in which the lead researcher, Frances Rock, was appealing for contributions of mini-articles related to the legal field. In an attempt to respond to this appeal, I have written an article entitled ‘Challenges faced by the Court Interpreter.’ As an interpreter myself, the article is written from the perspective of the court interpreter and it discusses three challenges faced by the court interpreter in a given (invented) scenario."

Ronan has featured on the London Met news webpages for his work