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Court reporters help vets’ stories live on

On Nov. 20, the Courier Tribune posted a photo with a caption from a Veterans History Project hosted by the Missouri Court Reporters Association. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

DMACC students help pack meals for hurricane victims

Court reporting students from the Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa joined students from the school’s nursing program and hundreds of other volunteers to help package 20,000 meals to help fight hunger, according to an article posted by the Newton Daily News on Nov. 14. The meals will be going to the disaster relief effort in Puerto Rico. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Aptus Court Reporting welcomes new business development executive

In a press release issued Nov. 12, Aptus Court Reporting announced that the firm is expanding their presence in Southern California with the addition of Julie Long, who will focus on creating new business relationships while ensuring existing clients continue to receive quality service. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

TechLinks: Using Windows 10 and Dropbox

Lisa Knight, FAPR, RDR, CRR, who served on the 2016-2017 NCRA Technology Committee, shared a few links for getting the most out of Windows 10 and Dropbox. In an April 17 article for Computerworld, Woody Leonhard shares the top 30 free apps for Windows 10 (just to be clear: these are for a computer). “Whether you’re a grizzled Windows victim or a faltering Windows ingénue, these programs should be at the top of your list,” says Leonhard. The … [Continue reading...]

Terra Torres, RMR, CRR, CRC

NCRA MEMBER PROFILE: Terra Torres, RMR, CRR, CRC

Resides:  Appleton, Wis. Employment type: Official reporter Member since: 1996 Graduated from: Gateway Technical College Why did you decide to enter this profession, and how did you learn about the career? I was a straight-A student but didn’t have the approval of my parents to attend a four-year college. My high-school counselor knew of this and told me I could still have a good career by attending a tech school and becoming a … [Continue reading...]

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Exiting from your court reporting firm

By Terry McGill Exiting your business is a hot topic for many owners that seems fairly simple at first glance. You start your firm, let it grow for 25 or 35 … [Read More...]

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Court reporters help vets’ stories live on

On Nov. 20, the Courier Tribune posted a photo with a caption from a Veterans History Project hosted by the Missouri Court Reporters … [Read More...]

Phoenix court reporting firm offers advice to first-time deponents

In a press release issued Nov. 20, Marty Herder, president of Herder and Associates, Phoenix, Ariz., offered advice to first-time deponents and the … [Read More...]

The November/December issue of HLAA magazine features NCRF’s HOHH Project

The latest issue of the Hearing Loss Association of America’s membership magazine features an article about the Hard-of-Hearing Heroes Project in an … [Read More...]

Blog interviews curator of Gallery of Shorthand

A blog on the Brooks Court Reporting website included an interview with NCRA member Dom Tursi, the creator and director of the Gallery of Shorthand. … [Read More...]

Local bar association offers new attorneys advice about ensuring an accurate record

An event hosted by the local bar association in Jacksonville, Fla., advised about 50 young attorneys on rookie mistakes to avoid as they begin their … [Read More...]

DMACC students help pack meals for hurricane victims

Court reporting students from the Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa joined students from the school’s nursing program and hundreds of other … [Read More...]

Aptus Court Reporting welcomes new business development executive

In a press release issued Nov. 12, Aptus Court Reporting announced that the firm is expanding their presence in Southern California with the addition … [Read More...]

Lake County veterans share experiences at annual oral history project

The Lake County News-Sun posted an article on Nov. 13 about the sixth annual Veterans History Project held at the Lake County Courthouse, Ill. NCRA … [Read More...]

Learn how to make 2018 your best business year yet

Lisa Colston, RPR, a freelancer and owner of Sworn Testimony, PLLC, in Lexington, Ky., is already registered to attend the 2018 NCRA Firm Owners … [Read More...]

NCRA celebrates the Best. Friday. Ever.

NCRA members can kick off their holiday shopping season on Nov. 24 by taking advantage of Black Friday discounts and giveaways being offered with the … [Read More...]

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