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Cynthia Hazelton, J.D.
French to English Translator

Cynthia Hazelton is a native English speaker born and raised in the United States. She works and resides in Cleveland, Ohio. She has a law degree from the University of Akron School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Ohio. In addition, she has Master’s Degrees in French from Middlebury College and French Translation from Kent State University’s Institute of Applied Linguistics.

A member of the French-American Bar Association and the Northeast Ohio Translators Association (NOTA), Cynthia has worked in the translation departments of Ernst and Young and the French Ministry of Justice, both in Paris. She teaches French Legal, Commercial and Diplomatic Translation at Kent State University.

Cynthia provides French to English translations in the legal, business and marketing fields.

Marianne Reiner, J.D., LL.M.
English to French Translator

Marianne Reiner is a native French speaker born and raised in France. She moved to the United States in 1997. She works and resides in San Diego, California. Marianne received her Master’s Degree (Maîtrise) in public and international law from the University of Paris XI. She also received her LL.M. (Master of Laws) from the University of Connecticut School of Law with a specialization in international and comparative constitutional law.

Marianne worked for several years for US-based NGOs managing programs supporting refugees and asylees newly resettled in the United States. She also worked for several San Diego immigration law firms.

She provides translation and interpreting services to clients around the world. Her customers are law firms, corporations, non-profit agencies, publishing houses and individuals.

Marianne is a member of the American Translators Association (ATA) and of the Northern California Translators Association (NCTA).

 

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