Court reporters: the silent guardians of the record

The East Central Minnesota Post Review posted a column on Oct. 30 written by Judge Greg Galler that pays tribute to the court reporting profession. Galler, who is chambered in Washington County, notes in his column that, “while a court reporter’s work is not flashy, it is of critical importance to a properly operating judicial system. Ensuring that whatever occurs in court is accurately recorded and preserved makes court reporters the silent … [Continue reading...]

Court reporters: the silent guardians of the record

The East Central Minnesota Post Review posted a column on Oct. 30 written by Judge Greg Galler that pays tribute to the court reporting profession. Galler, who is chambered in Washington County, notes in his column that, “while a court reporter’s work is not flashy, it is of critical importance to a properly operating judicial system. Ensuring that whatever occurs in court is accurately recorded and preserved makes court reporters the silent … [Continue reading...]

NCRA member, firm owner nominated for Amazing Women Award

The Long Beach Press-Telegram posted an article on Oct. 26 announcing the nomination of Jeri Kusar, RPR, owner of Kusar Court Reporters and Legal Services, for the newspaper’s Amazing Women Award in the business category. Kusar says she was propelled to succeed by her own mother’s dream of becoming a court reporter. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Officials take to Facebook for tips and tricks with colleagues

Connect with other officials around the country, share information, and exchange ideas on the NCRA Officials Facebook group. This fully integrated group enables officials to post topics, make comments, and share ideas with fellow officials. Official reporters encounter a myriad of experiences in their day-to-day work. Want to ask how other reporters handle sticky scenarios? Curious about what it’s like to work in another area of the country? … [Continue reading...]

Court reporters: the silent guardians of the record

The East Central Minnesota Post Review posted a column on Oct. 30 written by Judge Greg Galler that pays tribute to the court reporting profession. Galler, who is chambered in Washington County, notes in his column that, “while a court reporter’s work is not flashy, it is of critical importance to a properly operating judicial system. Ensuring that whatever occurs in court is accurately recorded and preserved makes court reporters the silent … [Continue reading...]

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By David Ward When Laura Grosso, head of Pennsylvania-based ERSA Court Reporting, turned to cloud solution provider Broadview Networks for business telephone … [Read More...]

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Court reporters: the silent guardians of the record

The East Central Minnesota Post Review posted a column on Oct. 30 written by Judge Greg Galler that pays tribute to the court reporting profession. … [Read More...]

Local televised council meetings get realtime captioning

Niagara This Week posted on Oct. 30 that residents watching city council meetings on TV Cogeco that serves the Niagara, N.Y., area communities will … [Read More...]

Has your certification lapsed?

Reporters who fail to earn the 3.0 Continuing Education Units by the time their cycles end also lose the ability to use their NCRA credentials — the … [Read More...]

NCRF has SPOOK-tacular tools for you, and not just because Halloween’s coming!

No ghoulish tricks. Our treats will make you scream with delight, not fright! Make sure those devilish attorneys know your supernatural talents and … [Read More...]

NCRA presents at ALDA annual conference

Adam Finkel, NCRA’s assistant director of government relations, and Darlene Parker, RPR, director of steno captioning for the National Captioning … [Read More...]

L.A.’s court reporters become more employable with help of technology

KNX10.70 news radio, based in Los Angeles, posted a story on Oct. 27 highlighting a growing demand for court reporters in part due to new federal … [Read More...]

NCRA member, firm owner nominated for Amazing Women Award

The Long Beach Press-Telegram posted an article on Oct. 26 announcing the nomination of Jeri Kusar, RPR, owner of Kusar Court Reporters and Legal … [Read More...]

NCRA member recognized for new certification

The Post-Standard announced on its syracuse.com site that NCRA member Marita L. Petrera recently earned the Certified Realtime Reporter certification. … [Read More...]

NCRA member noted in local news

On Oct. 22, the Dover Post reported that NCRA member Timothy Miller, RPR, CRR, recently earned Certified Realtime Reporter certification. Miller, who … [Read More...]

Broadcast captioning the topic of recent radio show

NCRA members Saba McKinley, RPR, Sandy Eisenberg, and Carlos Martinez, RPR, CMRS, president of the California Court Reporters Association were … [Read More...]

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