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Code of Ethics for Court Reporters

June 23, 2017 4:36 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you’ve ever worked in an office, you know about water cooler conversations. They can happen almost anywhere at any time. What do you think about the project? Who is getting promoted? Did you hear what happened last week when the team went to lunch? They’re all questions I know I’ve asked my colleagues but what happens when you’re a court reporter? You’re bound by a certain code of ethics to not have water cooler conversations about clients and cases. Industry Guidelines For most of us, it’s just professional courtesy not to talk about our customers or clients. We all... View Article

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LinkedIn for Freelance Court Reporters

June 6, 2017 7:44 am Published by Leave your thoughts

As Sacramento freelance court reporters, you may be asking yourselves if you can use social media as a court reporter and which social media sites are best. Yes, you can (and should) be using social media but be strategic with when, where, and what you post. If we can learn anything from those Harvard students whose admission was rescinded because of inappropriate social media images, it’s that you need to be aware that anyone may be able to see what you put on the internet. The Harvard Factor Students thought they were posting in a private group but what they... View Article