|September 2013||Volume 74||Number 10
Budget cuts in many states have led to increased concern about the continued place of court reporters in U.S. courts. The reality is far more varied.
By David Ward
Antivirus programs can protect your computer, but which one is best for you?
NCRA’s 2013 continuing education cycle will close on Sept. 30. Here are a few tips for earning last-minute CEUs.
- President’s page
- NCRA and you
- In your association
Court reporting in the spotlight during National Small Business Week
NCRA’s membership “made the promise”
The “Men of Court Reporting” now available online
NCRF: what will my money be used for?
Attention students: Free NCRA memberships from NCRF
NCRA announces TechCon 2014
Firm Owners Executive Conference registration now open
Got a story to tell?
- Letter to the editor
The retired court reporter – another view
- In memoriam
- The last page
All in a day’s work
- Member profile
Lisa Schwarze, RPR
COPE Opinion 44 – Facing new challenges
By Brian Clune
- Media watch
Maine governor signs legislation prohibiting third-party contracting
Brewer wins Intersteno speech capturing in stenotype
Ontario union fights for accuracy in justice system
Cuts mean attorneys must bring their own reporters to court
Denver resident asks for sign-language, closed captioning during emergencies
Reporter says career remains ‘good option for anyone’
NPR to caption radio
- By special assignment
Planes, trains, and automobiles – just another adventure
By Jen Schuck
- PDC corner
Can we try that in B flat?
By Brad Ingrao
- Beyond the comfort zone
The final frontier: Nolo contendere
By Monette Benoit
- Captioning corner
Lessons learned from a captioning fail
By Jennifer Bonfilio
- Food for thought
Is there court reporter DNA?
By Woody Waga
- Case study
Orleans Technical’s internship course
- Secrets of success
Joyce and Bob Zaro: Have desire to learn and be a team player
TechCon: What is it all about?
By Shannon M. Frey
- Personal computing
VPNs: When sniffing your data is rude
By Reid Goldsborough
- From the trainers
By Marybeth Everhart