“Law In Business: Language barriers”

Litigation paralegals who speak languages other than English may find themselves in demand:
"As the boundaries of technology continue to widen, the need for multilingual e-discovery systems has become ever greater. Matthew Blake examines the important considerations for law firms in a rapidly globalising market.

"As discovery continues its transformation into the electronic age, cases have grown beyond borders and involve foreign languages such as Mandarin, Cyrillic, Japanese and German, to name but a few.

"Many solutions exist to identify data, and many would think the e-discovery community has solved the majority of foreign language complexities. In fact, the situation is quite the contrary."