Realtime Courtroom in Utah Demonstrates Realtime Reporting Value

Thanks Rick Louie for the link to a video of Judge Nuffer from a Utah court in which they’ve implemented technology in order to utilize realtime browsing so that the judges and attorneys could better do their job.  As a court reporting school in the Los Angeles area, South Coast College prepares its students for Read More

Court Reporting Opportunity for Travel: Job Opening in Washington, DC

Thanks to Sue Terry, CSR, who recently visited South Coast College for giving us the contact information of Joe Bradley who is recruiting court reporters on the East Coast. Hi Jean, I was given your contact information from Sue Terry. Alderson is looking for top court reporting (Stenographers) graduates for our Washington, DC office. What 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

Opportunities for International Court/Deposition Reporters

Setting Up a U.S. Deposition Abroad Top Things You Must Know Jun 19 2014 Thanks to Ian Hardy for this informative article on doing depositions abroad.  Students often ask how to get involved with reporting abroad. Mr. Hardy is a great resource for those reporters who are about to embark on a career in international Read More

Court Reporters Attend 10-Week Realtime Seminar at South Coast College

Thanks to Rich Alossi, CSR, RPR, CCRR, Vice President of the Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) for taking time to come to the South Coast College Realtime Workshop to explain the guidelines for taking the CCRR Examination and to give specific tips for taking the examination.  The court reporters who are attending the workshop are preparing Read More

UPDATE: Want to be Independent? What About Court Reporting?

How many people have decided on a career by the time that they were 14?  Not many people.  However, Callie Black, a court reporting student at South Coast College who passed the Certified Shorthand Reporter Examination (CSR)  and is  already a working court reporter had decided at that age that she wanted to become a Read More

South Coast College Students and Alumni Participate in Mock Trials

Thanks to Brittany Silva, CSR, graduate of South Coast College, and court reporting students (Kathy Alona, Callie Black, Robin Casillas, Jesse Frey, Kristi Longnecker, Katy Magner, Diana Martinez, and Natalie Simon) for participating in the mock trials sponsored by the National Homeschool Mock Trial Association.  A special thanks also to Kristina Tan, instructor, and Suzie Read More

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