Admonitions for depositions

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyA blog posted on Sept. 7 on JD Supra by Kramm Court Reporting offers the eight admonitions most common on the checklist of attorneys.

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Hire a court reporter to help build a better prenup

JCR logoWealthManagement.com posted an article on May 11 that includes hiring a court reporter as one of seven critical steps suggested to build a better prenuptial agreement.

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Trial presentation tips

JCR logoTips for how to present in wired and non-wired courtrooms were featured in a blog post by David Andre of PlanetDepos. The post was picked up by JC Supra on May 4.

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Green River Community College students participate in mock depositions

JCR logoIn January, Lori Rapozo, RPR, CRI, an instructor at Green River Community College in Auburn, Wash., brought several court reporting students to lead mock depositions during the Essential Lawyering Skills course at the Seattle University Law School. The mock depositions included swearing in the deponent and handling exhibits.

Rapozo presented the Legal Education seminar Making the Record to the law students using the booklet provided by the National Court Reporters Foundation.

NCRA member Ron Cook, RDR, CRR, CRC, a freelancer in Seattle, also provided a realtime demonstration for the law students.

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Nashville’s Elite Reporting responds to increase in intellectual property cases

JCR logoElite Reporting Services, Nashville, Tenn., issued a press release on March 10 about how the firm is meeting a growing need for experienced court reporters to assist with business- and patent-related depositions and legal cases.

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Court reporting schools to exhibit at career day event in Texas

jcr-publications_high-resThe Gilmer [Texas] Mirror posted an article on Feb. 13 about the Texas Supreme Court holding a formal court session to hear oral arguments in two cases at LeTourneau University in Longview,  in conjunction with a “Law as a Career Day” being held on campus. Numerous law schools, paralegal schools, and court reporting schools will have recruiting booths on-site.

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