If you’ve had clients who won’t slow down, speak up, or educate the witness on how to make a good record and you wished you had something handy to share with them, look no further than the Legal Education Program seminar, “Making the Record,” provided by the National Court Reporters Foundation.
NCRF’s Legal Education Program has received high praise from court reporters, and it offers several resources for you to choose from.
The program booklet can be distributed as needed, while the presentation tools have been created so you can educate law students, young attorneys, and judges about the importance of making a good record in a group setting.
- Making the Record – This booklet was designed to help members of the bench and bar understand the factors that assist in making a clear record.
- Presentation tools – When you offer to present the Legal Education Seminar to groups, you have at your disposal an outline, PowerPoint slide set, and handouts. Seminar tools are provided to court reporters for free and are fully customizable for specific audiences and your personal message.
Need more motivation? You can earn Professional Development Credits (PDCs) toward your overall CEU requirements by giving a Legal Ed presentation! Learn more.
Access the full Legal Education Program now.
Learn more about other programs provided by the National Court Reporters Foundation at NCRA.org/Foundation.