T Nauman Rashid-Khan

UKLST – UK Legal Services Translation Ltd

Nauman graduated from University and found himself working within Management of a Foreign Commonwealth Office overseas High Commission. He then moved onto work as Police Officer and then within North West Counter Terrorism Unit as a Detective. Later he joined the Border Force at Manchester Airport as a Border Force Officer. Nauman also taught at Dammam University in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He then moved into Management of the language services arena where he gained vital skills and knowledge into the field.

With his extensive knowledge of the legal sector, cultural differences and vast experience of the various government departments, Nauman founded UK Legal Services Translation ltd (UKLST) in order to provide an effective and efficient aid to the legal sector.

He realises that with his vast experience and knowledge of languages and dialects, that effective communication can play a vital role within an efficient working environment. This becomes even more so important with the global community becoming ever so smaller.

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