A judge and his court reporter weigh in on realtime in the courtroom

October 11, 2016 by NCRA Last August, NCRA member Julie Hohenstein, an official realtime court reporter for the Hon. Stephen A. Wolaver, Greene County, Ohio, added a Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR) to the Register Professional Reporter (RPR) certification she already held. Hohenstein said her judge was so happy with her earning the certification that he…

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New York state allows RPR as equivalent for court reporters license

The New York State Board of Regents has amended the Commissioner’s Regulations that pertains to the Certified Shorthand Reporting examination requirements. The Board of Regents has also approved NCRA’s Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination to meet New York’s examination requirement for licensure as a Certified Shorthand Reporter. Their forms and website have been updated to reflect…

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Court reporting profession showcased for high schoolers

By Christina Cornejo/News-Sentinel Staff Writer The timeless question of “What do I do after high school?,” was made a bit clearer for some students who were grabbing pamphlets and watching demonstrations at Bear Creek High School on Monday night. Thousands of students, parents and family members streamed into the two gyms at the high school…

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Court reporters in demand at California courthouses

An article that appeared in The Press Democrat, Sonoma County, Calif., on June 25 showcased the court reporting profession as well as the demand for people to fill these jobs in California courthouses. The article cites the Industry Study Report issued by Ducker Worldwide report commissioned by NCRA and quotes NCRA President Sarah E. Nageotte,…

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Moving toward privatizing our courts in California

By Lisa Spiwak California courts have been devastated by deep budget cuts.  In California, over 50 courthouses have been shut down and over 250 courtrooms are now closed. Fewer courtrooms and fewer judges mean that it takes longer to get into court and that could be highly relevant to any business seeking legal redress from…

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NCRA releases Court Reporter Survival Guide

VIENNA, Va., Sept. 3, 2014—The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters, broadcast and CART captioners, and legal videographers, today announced the release of the Court Reporter Survival Guide: School Success Stories, a collection of essays and tips about making it through court reporting school written by freelancers, officials,…

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College of Court Reporting halves tuition for onsite students

VIENNA, Va., July 25, 2014—The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters, broadcast and CART captioners, and legal videographers, today announced that the College of Court Reporting (CCR) in Hobart, Ind., an association-accredited school that is recognized as an innovator in post-secondary education, is lowering its tuition for students…

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Court reporting school prepares students for uniquely rewarding profession

VIENNA, Va., April 2, 2014— The New York School of Court Reporting, White Plains, N.Y., a court reporting school that is certified by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters and captioners, is urging prospective students contemplating college, or others who are interested in changing careers, to consider…

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On the Ground at CTC: Public Support for Courts is through Technology

September 18, 2013 A piece of good news for courts across the United States is that the judicial system is held in much higher regard than Congress and legislatures, this at a time when perception of government generally is at historic lows. The bad news is that the courts are not immune to such sentiment…

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Five Tips When Scheduling a Last Minute Court Reporter

It happens about once a week.  We receive a phone call from a panicked client asking if there’s any way possible to send a court reporter to a deposition…right now. These calls immediately take priority in the office.  Our goal is to get the job covered as quickly as possible and by getting some crucial…

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