Court reporting roundup: Accolades for retirees in Windsor, Ontario, the Cayman Islands
Three members of the Cayman law courts whose combined experience totals 25 years in the courts recently retired, according to the Caymanian Compass.
Among them, Kerri Francella was singled out for her reporting work.
“Like the other members of the court reporting team, she is a true professional and very accomplished at what she does,” the court’s chief justice said. “Real-time court reporting is a very demanding job and a skill that takes many years of honing to acquire.”
Windsor reporter retires In Windsor, Ontario, the retirement of reporter Richard Lafreniere also made news.
Part of the reason is his 49 years on the job. The other part is his having sat with 118 judges. The Windsor Star proposes this is a world record. Think so? Let us know.
He was Windsor’s first male court reporter when he started in 1964, the paper says, fresh from high school. He recounts some of his more unusual experiences in this glowing tribute to his long years of work.
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