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Our Top Tips for Becoming a Great Student and Court Reporter

If you want to be a court reporter, you probably already know that you need to get training before starting it as a career. Court reporting school can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Here are a few tips that can lead you in that direction, help you graduate, and help you be successful in [...]

How Are Court Reporters Able to Type So Quickly?

When it comes to stenography, being able to type so quickly and accurately is a highly developed skill. You may have seen a court reporter if you have ever been in a courtroom as part of the jury or watching something involving a court room or deposition on television or in the movies. The average [...]

January 10th, 2019|Categories: Court Reporting|Tags: , , , , , |

Top Things You Can Do To Benefit Your Court Reporter

Depositions most often times require that you have a court reporter be there for the process. These reporters are usually frequently booked for court and depositions, usually through agencies. It's their job to create an accurate set of records that has legally recorded events and things spoken. At the end of the day, you want [...]

December 24th, 2018|Categories: Court Reporting, Trial Tips|Tags: , , , |

Using a Court Reporter: The Benefits for Attorneys

Do you know what a court reporter is or does? Many attorneys use a realtime court reporter during a deposition. They serve to provide a translation of testimony and help create an accurate record of what is being done and said. When should you use this service and what does reporting as an attorney do [...]

The Benefits of Tech and Real Court Reporters

When it comes to court reporting, are you in need of the real thing? Technology has made a number of people and situations wonder whether the flesh and blood worker is always required. You can see self check out machines at libraries and grocery stores, and voice recognition systems and automated robotics are being utilized [...]

What’s So Great About Realtime Reporting?

When it comes to court reporting, is it better when it is in real time? Court reporting in real time is when stenotype shorthand is converted into English instantly. The stenotype strokes are translated and the English version is sent off to counsel and litigation immediately. Real time court reporting allows for a written transcription [...]

July 31st, 2018|Categories: Court Reporting|Tags: , , |

Going On The Record When It Comes to Court Reporting

When it comes to court reporting, you may be faced with several obligations. Have you ever been in a situation where you are almost done with your deposition outline when the opposing counsel has an objection to your line of questioning? They then tell their client not to answer. The opposing counsel doesn’t let the [...]

November 16th, 2016|Categories: Court Reporting, Stenography, Trial Tips|Tags: , , |

Important Tips for Court Reporters

Being a certified court reporter means that it's your job to take down the proceedings of a courtroom. You must do so accurately, fairly, and objectively. A court reporter is someone that is relied upon to be creating the record of what went on. The part you play is essential. That's why it's so important [...]

December 2nd, 2015|Categories: Court Reporting, Trial Tips|Tags: |