My research is highly interdisciplinary, in a constellation of fields around language and its acquisition and transfer, discourse analysis, law, business, and electronic technologies.
I have contributed articles to international journals as well as book chapters, and my monograph, Legal Translation Outsourced, is to be published by Oxford University Press in summer 2018. As a regular speaker at conferences around the world, including giving plenaries and keynotes, I have a very diverse network of colleagues, and am committed to reinforcing links between academia and practice, and to working across disciplines.
Following a successful funding bid, I convene the research networks group AGILE-Nets in fields at the convergence of global legi-linguistic relations.
I have a special interest in legal translators’ professionalization, continuing professional development, and advocacy. This engagement takes concrete form in an online platform ‘From Words to Deeds’ with outreach to 219 countries, and innovative conferences.