Category: Court Reporters

4 Things Court Reporting Students Should Know

Have you been looking for a unique career? Do you love the fast-paced environment of a courtroom? If you would like to work in such an environment but lack the qualifications to be an attorney or judge, why not consider a career in court reporting? Court reporters are... read more
How Fast Do I Need to Type to Be a Court Reporter?

How Fast Do I Need to Type to Be a Court Reporter?

Everyone talks at a different speed, with many factors contributing to their speaking pace. Factors such as occupation, subject matter and geographic area where one is born and raised. Most people speak at a speed from 110 to 200 words per minute (wpm), depending on... read more
WHY I LOVE GREGG SHORTHAND

WHY I LOVE GREGG SHORTHAND

As a high school student in the mid-sixties, I came from a family where, quite frankly, the boys were expected to pursue a college degree, but it was assumed the girls would graduate high school and get a secretarial job and marry. This was not the culture of all... read more
Why Is There a Need for Younger Court Reporters?

Why Is There a Need for Younger Court Reporters?

Court reporters may seem to play a minor part in a court room, but in reality, they are integral aspects of the judicial system. The first and most well-known job of a court reporter is to transcribe what happens and what is said in court in real time. This means that... read more
February Featured Court Reporter: Paula Maddern

February Featured Court Reporter: Paula Maddern

How did you begin your career in court reporting? I graduated from Stone Academy in Hamden, Connecticut, in June of 1991, but didn’t truly pursue my career in court reporting until after moving to Richmond, Virginia, in June of 2007. What brought you to Cook... read more
January Featured Court Reporter: Christopher Reho RPR, CCR

January Featured Court Reporter: Christopher Reho RPR, CCR

HOW DID YOU BEGIN YOUR CAREER IN COURT REPORTING? My first introduction to court reporting came when my sister started working at a captioning company that employed several court reporters. She decided to pursue a court reporting career and had told me all about it. I... read more

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