Overview


The Centre de traduction et de terminologie juridiques (CTTJ) was established in 1979 by the Université de Moncton Faculty of Law to further the implementation of bilingualism within the legal systems of Canada’s common law jurisdictions.

Rooted in the service of Canada’s Francophone communities, the CTTJ has quickly grown to become an international authority in the use of common law in French.

The CTTJ also plays a vital role within the network of organizations devoted to the Promotion of Access to Justice in Both Official Languages (POLAJ), thanks to financial assistance from Justice Canada.

Having established an enviable reputation within the legal community, the CTTJ offers translation, revision, drafting, consulting and terminological services to a wider clientele in both the private and the public sectors.

For more information, contact:

CTTJ

Faculty of Law (Adrien J. Cormier Bldg.)
Université de Moncton
18 Antonine Maillet Ave
Moncton, New Brunswick
CANADA E1A 3E9

Telephone: 506-858-4145
Fax: 506-858-4102
E-Mail: cttj@umoncton.ca