Is Court Reporting a Good Career?

The court reporting profession has been around for a long time, and the opportunities for these highly trained professionals continue to grow. While most of us think of a court reporter as the person who reports legal proceedings in the courtroom, there are many other fields that require the expertise of a court reporter.Besides CART Read More

Nationwide Shortage of Court Reporters

5,500 New Court Reporter Jobs Projected Across U.S. September 8, 2014 [Washington, D.C.] – According to an independent study conducted by Ducker Worldwide (Ducker), one of the nation’s leading marketplace analyst firms, demand for court reporters will exceed supply within five years, yielding a nationwide shortage. By 2018, there will be 5,500 new court reporter jobs available in Read More

Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) Offers Scholarship Deadline November 30, 2014

The Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) in an attempt to foster the increase of deposition reporters to the field is offering the following scholarship.  Thanks to Yuriko Meliss Ramos for bringing this scholarship to our attention. Ms. Ramos writes, “The Deposition Reporters Association is proud to offer the $1,500 DRA Zandonella scholarship to two deserving California Read More

Growing the California Economy

Restoring Funding to The California Court System Will Grow the California Economy Thanks to Isaiah Leslie, a proponent of court reporting, for his excellent article on the impact that funding the California Court System The definition of taking something for granted is to value it too lightly or expect it to always be available.  A Read More

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