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Category Archives: Information for Students

New CSRs – Smile and Stay Organized!

I think we all start this career with an idea that we sit behind a machine and diligently take down the spoken word and very competently transcribe that into the perfect record. There’s no question it’s a difficult job. To accomplish this task, we spend years with our focus on speed building, learning new briefs […]

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Court Reporters, The Keepers of the Record – Part 1

  Recently I have had the opportunity to speak to attorneys and paralegals about some of the issues that court reporters have as “Keepers of the Record.”  After all, the attorney’s job is to make the record, and the court reporter’s job is to preserve or keep it.  Over the next few weeks, I would like […]

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CRB Newsletter Highlight

Just read a very nice article in the CRB Spring Newsletter on Elizabeth Gonzalez, a student at Taft College’s court reporting program.  I bet she has a very bright future in court reporting.  Check it out at http://courtreportersboard.ca.gov/formspubs/spring_2014.pdf.

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The Future Court Reporters in Central California

Bakersfield court reporters, Fresno court reporters, and the Visalia court reporters need to watch out.  There is a new group of great professionals coming out of the Taft College/Westec Court Reporting Program.  I was fortunate enough to attend a luncheon this week and present some information to the students with my friend Jean Keleher.  Their bright […]

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Court Reporters in Sacramento

As a California court reporter (CSR) with a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) designation from the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), I have been required for years to earn continuing education (CE) points to maintain my RPR designation.  Interestingly enough, I have not been required to earn CE points for my CSR license.  Although I have heard grumblings at times from the reporting […]

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