‘Guardians of the record’ uphold unbiased accuracy For kings and serfs, for traders and taxpayers, for judges and witnesses, court reporters have been there through the ages to make sure people’s voices lived on in the written record. Find out more about these professionals, how you can become one, and…
A technique for creating legal transcripts that’s newly recognized by the Court Reporters Board of California will have to abide by the same high standards as more traditional methods. Voice writing differs from those traditional forms of stenography in that a court reporter can speak their notes into a sound-dampening…
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No More Messing With Margins: Out-Of-State Firms Must Now Follow California Rules For Court Reporting
Under a new law signed by Governor Jerry Brown, the Court Reporters Board of California is now empowered to take legal action against out-of-state firms selling court and deposition transcripts in California if they skirt California’s rules on formatting, notification, and fee statutes. Read the press release here.
Did you know that not every graduate of a court reporting school works in a legal setting as a court reporter? Contrary to its name, a degree in court reporting offers a broad selection of career choices. Well-trained court reporters can be highly sought after. According to the U.S. Bureau…