Joe
I am a lawyer. How do I say "I represent clients" in Japanese? Also "My clients are corporations."
Jul 11, 2015 3:44 AM
Answers · 4
There are many ways to translate the sentences depending on the context. I would say... I represent clients 私は顧客(クライアント)の代理人を務めます。  watashi wa kokyaku(kuraianto) no dairinin wo tsutome masu. My clients are corporations 私の顧客(クライアント)は法人企業です。 watashino kokyaku(kuraianto) wa houjinkigyo desu.
July 11, 2015
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Joe
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English, Japanese
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Japanese