NCRA members promote the profession on Good Day Tulsa

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyGary Woodson and Allison Hall, RMR, CRR, official court reporters from Tulsa and Bristow, Okla., respectively, appeared on Good Day Tulsa on Feb. 12 to discuss court reporting and captioning careers, provide a steno machine demonstration, and address the need for more qualified people to join the profession. Woodson is a director for the Oklahoma Court Reporters Association.

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Court reporting firm Steno Services announces expansion

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyIn a press release issued Feb. 1, Steno Services, Oklahoma City, Okla., announced that it has expanded into the Tulsa market and has promoted Erica Schutte to senior administrative assistant.

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State hopes to combat court reporter shortage before it starts

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyNews 9, Oklahoma City, aired a story on Jan. 11 about a new court reporting program at the Gordon Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee, Okla., aimed at helping to avoid a shortage of court reporters predicted to face the state.

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Community college program to help address shortage of court reporters

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyThe Tulsa Community College, Tulsa, Okla., launched a new 18-month court reporting program in December that is taught by NCRA member Allison Hall, RMR, CRR, a court reporter at the Tulsa County Courthouse, according to an article posted Dec. 28 in the Tulsa Business & Legal News.

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Local groups work to end court reporter shortage and speed up Tulsa County case flow

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyFOX 23 News in Tulsa, Okla., aired a story on Dec. 12 about local groups working to end the court reporter shortage in an effort to speed up Tulsa County’s case flow. NCRA member Allison Hall, RMR, CRR, an official court reporter for 18 years, is interviewed in the story.

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Longtime court reporter looks back on time spent in historical building

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyThe Tulsa Business & Legal News posted an article on Dec. 5 that features former NCRA member Glenn Dorrough, a retired U.S. District Court Northern District of Oklahoma court reporter, reflecting on a 30-year career.

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Steno Services enhances videoconferencing abilities

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyOklahoma-based Steno Services announced in a press release issued Aug.28 that it has designed a videoconferencing suite that is fully mobile.

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Steno Services expands to nationwide coverage

JCR logoA press release issued June 12 announced that Oklahoma City-based Steno Services is partnering with a broad range of firms and advertising across the nation to expand their services nationwide. Steno Services had previously covered only the Oklahoma City area and surrounding regions.

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NCRA members shares their role in judicial system with homeschool students

JCR logoNCRA members Cyndi Larimer and Mindie Baab recently explained their jobs as official court reporters as part of a mock trial that a handful of National Home School students participated in. The mock trial was included in an article posted by the Claremore Daily Progress, Claremore, Okla., on March 31.

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Letter to the editor from court reporter relays frustration over lack of raises

jcr-publications_high-resA letter to the editor written by NCRA member Melissa K. Atkinson, RDR, CRR, an official court reporter from Enid, Okla., was posted on Feb. 18 by TulsaWorld.com. The letter expresses her love for her job but her frustration at the lack of pay raises by the state.

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