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NCRA’s Firm Owners Conference draws record attendance and praise

The 2018 NCRA Firm Owners Executive Conference drew a record number of attendees as well as high praise for the speakers and overall program from those who attended. The event was held Jan. 28-30 in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Among the biggest takeaways were the “7 C’s to Build a Winning Team” offered by keynote speaker John Spence: coaching, character, communication, commitment, contagious energy, caring, and consistency. He also presented … [Continue reading...]

Court Reporting & Captioning Week celebrated big across the nation

NCRA’s Board of Directors kicked off the seventh National Court Reporting & Captioning Week with a video encouraging everyone to celebrate and showcase the profession by sharing with the public what they do. The video was taken during a development meeting held earlier this month at the Association’s headquarters in Reston, Va., and was posted on NCRA’s Facebook page and other social media outlets, where it earned more than 3,200 … [Continue reading...]

NCRA’s Firm Owners Conference draws record attendance and praise

The 2018 NCRA Firm Owners Executive Conference drew a record number of attendees as well as high praise for the speakers and overall program from those who attended. The event was held Jan. 28-30 in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Among the biggest takeaways were the “7 C’s to Build a Winning Team” offered by keynote speaker John Spence: coaching, character, communication, commitment, contagious energy, caring, and consistency. He also presented … [Continue reading...]

New online automated booking platform gains popularity

In a press release issued Feb. 13, eCourt Reporters announced that its automated online scheduling platform is growing in use. The software was launched seven months ago. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Missoula court reporters keep the record clear

The Missoulian posted an article on Feb. 18 about the responsibilities of court reporters to accurately preserve every word of a court hearing. NCRA member Stephanie Morrow, RPR, from Missoula, Mont., is one of the official court reporters quoted in the article. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

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I just had a bad day: Overcoming the fear of failure

By Cassy Kerr Success means different things to different people, but my success story is overcoming my fear of failure. Having done that has opened up a … [Read More...]

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NCRA’s Firm Owners Conference draws record attendance and praise

The 2018 NCRA Firm Owners Executive Conference drew a record number of attendees as well as high praise for the speakers and overall program from … [Read More...]

Court Reporting & Captioning Week celebrated big across the nation

NCRA’s Board of Directors kicked off the seventh National Court Reporting & Captioning Week with a video encouraging everyone to celebrate and … [Read More...]

Today is a great day to support the Foundation

The National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF), which was founded in 1980, is dedicated to supporting the future of and raising awareness about the … [Read More...]

Missoula court reporters keep the record clear

The Missoulian posted an article on Feb. 18 about the responsibilities of court reporters to accurately preserve every word of a court hearing. NCRA … [Read More...]

Massachusetts Trial Court to eliminate position of court reporter

On Feb. 20, Masslive.com reported that the Massachusetts Trial Court is eliminating the position of official court reporter as of June 30. Read … [Read More...]

NCRA member recognized by 6th Judicial Court

NCRA member Julie Novak, RMR, an official court reporter from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, received the Public Service Award from the 6th Judicial District … [Read More...]

NCRA gets you more than you think

NCRA offers members many different ways to invest in their futures, support the profession, and thrive in their careers. According to NCRA’s 2017 … [Read More...]

Jamie Winters is at it again in seasoned court reporter/writer Kelly Nasuti’s fifth book

Jamie Winters, a legal secretary and amateur sleuth, is at it again in A Playboy in Peril, the recent installment of mystery novels authored by NCRA … [Read More...]

In memoriam: Bettye King Menck

The court reporting community lost one of their own on Jan. 15, 2018. Bettye King Menck of Shelbyville, Tennessee, was one of the last pen writers in … [Read More...]

University’s exhibit includes vast collection of shorthand materials

The Rider News posted an article on Feb. 14 about an exhibit at Rider University’s Moore Library in Lawrenceville, N. J., that includes a significant … [Read More...]

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