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Queens court reporting students compete for speed and accuracy in contest to prepare for jobs

s4story.com posted an article on Feb. 15 about students from Plaza College in Queens, N.Y., showcasing their court reporting skills as they competed in the 2019 National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) Student Speed Contest. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Queens court reporting students compete for speed and accuracy in contest to prepare for jobs

s4story.com posted an article on Feb. 15 about students from Plaza College in Queens, N.Y., showcasing their court reporting skills as they competed in the 2019 National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) Student Speed Contest. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Survey says: NCRA 2019 Business Summit inspiring and awesome

Jackie  Burrell, Fort Myers, Fla., Christine Bradshaw, Ocala, Fla., Debbie Dibble, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Dave Wenhold, NCRA Interim Executive Director & CEO at the 2019 Business Summit. NCRA’s 2019 Business Summit held Feb. 1-3 in San Diego, Calif., attracted more than 170 attendees representing firms of all sizes from across the country and abroad and, as promised, delivered cutting-edge content and valuable takeaways for … [Continue reading...]

Reporting from the courtroom to jury deliberations

Theresa (Tari) Kramer, RMR, CRR, CPE, an official court reporter from Charlotte, N.C., recently provided CART to a juror. She described the experience for the JCR Weekly. Tari Kramer JCR | How long have you been a court reporter? TK |28 years. JCR | Have you been the reporter for a juror before? TK | Yes, one other time, but the juror did not make it into the jury box. This was my first time one made it all the way through … [Continue reading...]

Reporting from the courtroom to jury deliberations

Theresa (Tari) Kramer, RMR, CRR, CPE, an official court reporter from Charlotte, N.C., recently provided CART to a juror. She described the experience for the JCR Weekly. Tari Kramer JCR | How long have you been a court reporter? TK |28 years. JCR | Have you been the reporter for a juror before? TK | Yes, one other time, but the juror did not make it into the jury box. This was my first time one made it all the way through … [Continue reading...]

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I love my job (my love affair could be yours, too)

By Brenda D. Blackburn, RPR Brenda Blackburn I have proven myself to be resilient, determined, and steadfast in my profession, and I have embraced many … [Read More...]

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Queens court reporting students compete for speed and accuracy in contest to prepare for jobs

s4story.com posted an article on Feb. 15 about students from Plaza College in Queens, N.Y., showcasing their court reporting skills as they competed … [Read More...]

Help wanted: As court reporters age, craft seeks new blood

On Feb. 14, the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly posted an article generated by Court Reporting & Captioning Week about the need for more court … [Read More...]

2019 Court Reporting & Captioning Week celebrated in the media and on social media

Mississippi court reporters at the Capitol Social media shares, careers showcased in the press, official proclamations, memes, open houses, and … [Read More...]

Survey says: NCRA 2019 Business Summit inspiring and awesome

Jackie  Burrell, Fort Myers, Fla., Christine Bradshaw, Ocala, Fla., Debbie Dibble, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Dave Wenhold, NCRA Interim Executive … [Read More...]

An Interview with Kaylee Lachmann, RPR

NCRA member Kaylee Lachmann, RPR, a new court reporter with Planet Depos, was profiled in a blog posted by JD Supra on Feb. 13. Read more. … [Read More...]

Huseby Announces Acquisitions Across Southeast

In a press release issued Feb. 12, Huseby, based in Charlotte, N.C., announced the acquisitions of Edwards Reporting in Jackson, Miss., King Reporting … [Read More...]

Local court reporters recognized

On Feb. 11, channel KSAT, San Antonio, Texas, aired a story that includes an interview with NCRA member Carol Castillo at the steps of … [Read More...]

Court Reporting and Captioning Week in Iowa

The Newton Daily News reported on Feb. 12 that a number of NCRA members from Iowa and faculty from the Des Moines Area Community College successfully … [Read More...]

Reporting from the courtroom to jury deliberations

Theresa (Tari) Kramer, RMR, CRR, CPE, an official court reporter from Charlotte, N.C., recently provided CART to a juror. She described the experience … [Read More...]

How an “Evil Zombie Vampire Court Reporter from Hell” figures prominently in NCRA’s Court Reporting & Captioning Week

Maxyne Bursky By Maxyne Bursky NCRA’s 2019 Court Reporting & Captioning Week is a great impetus for veteran reporters to head into reporting … [Read More...]

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