Young Court Reporters; A Career You’ll love

An unfortunate fact about court reporting is that many young adults aren’t familiar with it as a potential job opportunity. Think of it this way, court reporting is basically recording history, and if you don’t record what happened you could be missing out on important records. Court reporters can even provide captioning and subtitles for […]

Social Media & Blogging Changes Court Reporting

Social media is very popular for court reporters to share content about court reporting but it’s important to know what you’re posting and be aware of any repercussions from your posting. It’s crucial to understand that not everyone will have the same reaction to your social media commentary. Some tips and tricks for good social […]

Technology Replacing Court Reporters?

Court reporting may not seem as necessary a profession with the growth of artificial intelligence like Siri and Alexa but without court reporting crucial details from court proceedings could be lost. That is definitely not something to take lightly. Without a court reporter, the questions of counsel, witness testimonies and details of examining evidence may […]

Broadening Horizons In Court Reporting

Veritext Legal Solutions, a leading company in deposition and litigation support solutions, introduced a new continuing education unit or CEU for court reporters called “Support Service Providers: Examining the Benefits of Using a Scopist and Proofreader.” It is a NCRA-accredited webinar that introduces court reporters to what scopists and proofreaders can do for them that […]

Court Reporting School [NOW IN SESSION]

Court reporting schools can be found in every state and to become a court reporter you have to complete a recognized court reporting program. There are both physical and online institutions where you can receive your education in court reporting. The program might consist of an associate’s degree, professional diploma, or certificate upon completion depending […]