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Vytautas Kačerauskis

Legal translation, EN/LT,

Kaunas, Lithuania
Legal translator at Freelance,
Studied Law at Vytautas Magnus University
Studied English philology at Vilnius University
Translation & Localization
Joined September 8, 2020
I am a lawyer-linguist with a 20-year experience in the field of legal translation and an impressive list of clients, ranging from international courts and EU institutions to national authorities and private lawyers. I hold university degrees in both languages and law and have a keen interest and proficiency in language technologies.
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Jan 1998 – Present
Legal translator
​ I have worked as a translator (both freelance and in-house) in the language pairs English-Lithuanian and Lithuanian-English since 1998 (22 years). I have translated more than 1,500 documents mainly in the areas of EU affairs, EU and national law, EU and national case-law, business law, economy, finance and politics. My direct translation clients include the Court of Justice of the European Union (since 2009), the European Commission (with a group of translators, since 2016), and the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union (with a group of translators, since 2016; tenders: Legal, General and Rail), Lithuanian Government institutions, ministries, agencies, publishers, Lithuanian and foreign non-governmental organizations, law firms, and private translation companies providing translation services for EU institutions and bodies. My work includes numerous documents of the European Commission and the European Parliament, judgments of the European Court of Justice, European Court of Human Rights, EU secondary legislation, Lithuanian legislation and court decisions, different types of Lithuanian official and private legal documents, contracts, etc., Lithuanian Government resolutions, international agreements in the spheres of judicial matters, human rights, environment and finance, Single Programming Document implementation reports, official documents of international organisations (e.g. World Anti-doping Code), documents of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) relating to Community trademarks and designs, and other official documents, medical research papers, etc. I co-translated a textbook The Substantive Law of the EU, The Four Freedoms by Catherine Barnard, which focused on the free movement of goods, persons, services, and capital. In addition, I have translated numerous articles on the economy, finance, politics and international relations for the magazine Lithuanian Business Review
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Vytautas Magnus University
Sep 2000 – May 2005
Master, Law
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Vilnius University
Sep 1996 – Jun 2000
Bachelor, English philology