Unlock the keys to a thriving freelance translation career by mastering the art of negotiation. Join this webinar to learn the crucial elements of a contract and legal tips to protect yourself while building rewarding client relationships in the translation world.
This webinar is designed to equip freelancers with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively negotiate freelance terms. Whether you are an experienced freelancer or just starting out, this webinar will provide you with the tools to navigate negotiations successfully and build long-lasting, fruitful client relationships.
We need well-defined objectives to negotiate a contract successfully. You’ll learn the essential elements of a freelance contract, including the various clauses involved and what clauses we must negotiate to protect ourselves. Specific clauses for translators and interpreters will be identified.
Part 1, you will learn how to:
- Understand the basics of contracts.
- Learn the building blocks necessary for any freelance contract.
- Navigate legal terms embedded in contracts.
Part 2, you will learn how to:
- Adapt specific clauses for translators.
- Adapt specific clauses for interpreters.
- Learn to write your clauses according to your needs.
Part 3, you will learn how to:
- Navigate Master Service Agreements.
- Explore NDAs.
- Use tools to negotiate your terms.
About the Presenter
Andy Benzo, CT is a language professional with degrees in law and translation from her native Argentina. She has over 35 years of experience as a freelance legal translator. Her expertise spans international contracts, class action lawsuits, labor union agreements, and wills and trusts. She is an ATA-certified English>Spanish translator and has a paralegal degree from California State, San Marcos. An ATA member since 1999, she currently serves on ATA’s Board of Directors. In addition, she served as assistant administrator of ATA’s Spanish Language Division (SPD) and hosted the SPD Podcast Charlas de café. She was an instructor in the T&I certificate program at the University of California San Diego Extension. She is an experienced presenter at ATA conferences and international forums.
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