Category Archives: Court Reporting

Quick Guide for New Court Reporters

The first days or weeks at a new job can be overwhelming. What’s the most important part of the job? How do you set your schedule? What should you wear to court? What are the witness names? New court reporters need to know the answers to these and more as they get started. If you’re…
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What Your Court Reporter Wants You to Know Before Your Next Deposition

We’re all human and we make mistakes. When it comes to taking a deposition, it’s important the court reporter is as prepared as they can be so errors are minimized. Often overlooked because they’re the quietest person in the room, they’re also among the most important. Here’s what your court reporter wants you to know…
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Why Does a Career in Court Reporting Make Sense?

All too often we hear from people that they thought court reporting was a dying occupation but nothing could be further from the truth! As technology advances, more opportunities are created both inside and outside the legal field utilizing court reporter training, skills, and expertise. If you’re thinking about a new career, consider court reporting…
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Why Now is the Time for Setting Goals

Did you know that many as 80% of new year’s resolutions fail? We’re wondering if it’s because of the type of goals we’re making or if it’s the time of year we’re making them. We make these promises to ourselves (and to others) at the end of a hectic holiday season, at the beginning of…
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