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Spanish-Language Attorney Reviewer (part-time, contract)

The Center for Agriculture and Food Systems at Vermont Law and Graduate School seeks attorneys to review occasional translated Spanish-language resources for legal accuracy. Reviewers will compare translated Spanish-language guidebooks, reports, and other resources to English-language originals and correct any flaws in the legal language. Attorneys may be licensed in any U.S. state or territory and should be fluent in Spanish and English, including legal terminology. Familiarity with agriculture or food systems policy and formal training or experience with translation are preferred but not required.

Payment is $30 per single-spaced page. Resources vary in length from 10 – 100 pages. Work will typically not include more than four resources per year.

Complete our online form to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For questions, contact

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