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There is still time to register for the 2024 NCRA Leadership & Legislative Boot Camp

Reeves with U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski and Alaska’s at-large Representative Mary Sattler Peltola

“I attended the 2023 boot camp on behalf of the U.S. Court Reporters Association to advocate that we remain the gold standard for captioning and preserving the record.”

Sonja L. Reeves, RDR, CRR, Palmer, Alaska

Are you passionate about your profession? Do you wish to become an effective advocate when it comes to court reporting? If so, then take time to register for the 2024 NCRA Leadership & Legislative Boot Camp taking place March 10-12 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in historic Alexandria Old Town, Va., just across the river from Washington, D.C. This annual event offers an immersive, hands-on opportunity for members to advocate for the court reporting, captioning, scoping, legal videography, and associated legal professions.

Attendees can expect to participate in intensive sessions with NCRA’s government relations and leadership that will teach them the skills and strategies necessary to effectively advocate for their profession in state legislatures and in Congress; participate in real-life scenarios where they can put their newly learned advocacy skills into practice and network with other NCRA members who are passionate about their profession; and even have the chance to visit Capitol Hill, where they will put their grassroots advocacy training to the test and advocate before their elected representatives in Congress and staff.

2023 attendees pose in front of the Capitol Building prior to meeting with elected officials

Last year more than 60 attendees who represented 25 states shared the importance of the court reporting, captioning, scoping, videography, and associated legal professions with senators, representatives, and staff members. Join us for this annual event by registering before Jan. 24.

General event inquiries regarding Boot Camp should be submitted to NCRA Director of Government Relations Jocelynn Moore at