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3 Tips for Hiring a Scopist

An effective solution to many court reporter’s time management stress is to hire a scopist. A scopist is a trained proofreader and editor of transcripts, who court reporters can hire to do just that.

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5 Things They Don’t Teach You in Court Reporting School

This week, we spoke with one of our seasoned court reporters, Andrea Nobrega. Andrea filled us in on a few things that come with court reporting that she did not learn in court reporting school.

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Steps in the Creation of an Official Transcript

​At the end of every deposition, the court reporter ensures that the final transcript is delivered to the client. Before the transcript is delivered, it goes through some essential steps.

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Social Media and Court Reporting

​Social media has evolved tremendously over the last 13 years. It went from being purely social with Myspace and Facebook, to becoming a place of sharing and learning. Read on to learn how social media has affected the world of court reporting.

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6 Personality Traits That Most Successful Court Reporters Possess

Court reporting is an interesting and rewarding profession, but maybe you wonder if you have what it takes. More often than not, court reporters do possess a certain type of personality.

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