Rules of Etiquette When Working With a Court Reporter

July 20, 2016 10:52 am Published by

When taking a deposition, there are many unspoken rules of etiquette when working with a court reporter that allow them to provide the most accurate transcription possible. Whether you are a seasoned attorney or a relatively new to depositions, your court reporter will be greatly appreciative of your following these simple practices. Location Matters. Some witnesses may be soft spoken and thus difficult to hear. Be sure to seat the court reporter close to the witness so that they can capture every word. For the Record. Always verbalize when you are speaking on or off the record. While your tone... View Article

5 Benefits of Being a Court Reporter

July 6, 2016 6:30 am Published by

If you’re thinking about a new career or are just entering the working world, we want you to consider court reporting. The benefits of being a court reporter extend beyond the courtroom to the business world due in part to the evolution of livestream video and webinars. We’re excited to be part of this growing field and hope you are too. Here are five benefits of being a court reporter: No Four Year Degree Required. Whether you choose an online or in-person program, you can be working as a court reporter in as few as two years. Not only that... View Article