Aging and Long-Term Support Administration

Court Sign Language Interpreters

The following list of interpreters have completed the requirements established in Washington Administration Code 388-818-800 which determines who is best qualified to work in Washington Courts.

Alphabetical Preferred Interpreter List (Specialist Certificate: Legal)

Alphabetical Interpreter List (RID Certification with SC:L written test)

Alphabetical Certified Deaf Interpreter

The Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) is a nationally certified interpreter who is deaf or hard of hearing. In addition to proficient communication skills and general interpreter training, the CDI has specialized training and/or experience in the use of gesture, mime, props, drawings and other tools to enhance communication. The CDI has knowledge and understanding of deafness, the Deaf community, and Deaf culture. The CDI possesses native or near-native fluency in American Sign Language.