What do you do if your court reporting school loses its accreditation?

What do you do if your court reporting school loses its accreditation?

If you attend a court reporting school that is accredited by ACICS, you need to read this. According to the NCRA article regarding the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), “Accreditation is a status granted to an institution that meets or exceeds the stated criteria of educational quality. The purpose of accreditation is…

What factors influence court reporter salaries?

Court reporter salaries are influenced by a variety of factors. Just like other industries, the current economy, future forecasts, related industries, and trends in the legal field all impact how much experienced and new court reporters are paid. Current and Future Court Reporter Salaries New graduates can expect to earn anywhere from $42,000 – $55,000…

Legal Videography: More to It Than Meets the Eye

Is your next deposition a good fit for legal videography? It might be especially if you’re trying to make an impact at trial. When are videographers utilized? They’re used in addition to court reporters and are hired to record courtroom depositions, testimonies, crime scene recreation, and even the signing of legal documents such as wills.…