The Pros and Cons of AI Court Reporting

The Pros and Cons of AI Court Reporting

Since the onset of the pandemic in 2019 our industries have undergone profound transformations. The emphasis on social distancing, remote working, and contact-free payment systems has facilitated the digitization of our economy and court reporting was not exempt from...
Is Court Reporting Right For You?

Is Court Reporting Right For You?

Would you like to work in the legal field but lack the time and resources needed to get a full law degree? Maybe you’re not attracted to the office environment of a paralegal or a law clerk? If that sounds like you, then you may want to consider a career as a court...
Do Lawyers Know the Value of Court Reporters?

Do Lawyers Know the Value of Court Reporters?

Court reporters are valuable assets in the courtroom, especially during a trial. Court officials rely on a court reporter’s ability to report accurately and without bias.  Generally, lawyers benefit the most from the work of court reporters because lawyers know they...
Time Management for Court Reporters

Time Management for Court Reporters

Generally, court reporters create their own schedules when managing deadlines. This flexibility can include responsibilities that make it difficult to stay organized, so here are a few tips to help you stay on top of your daily assignments.  Tip#1-Take Time to Plan...
Verbatim vs Non-Verbatim Transcripts

Verbatim vs Non-Verbatim Transcripts

Whenever court reporters are hired, it is important to inform them about the type of transcription required be it verbatim or non-verbatim. Verbatim transcription is the process of converting all audible statements from audio or video files into the written format –...