5 of The Most Common Grammatical Errors and How to Avoid Them
Many court reporters are known to be grammar buffs, which makes sense when you consider the nature of the job. Listed below are five grammatical errors that will make any grammar buff, English teacher, or court reporter cringe.
Court Reporting and Captioning Certification Opportunities Offered by the NCRA
If you are a court reporter or captioner wanting to differentiate yourself from other reporters, increase your salary, and show your credibility, then a great way to do so is by taking part in the programs offered by the NCRA.
The most overwhelming times for a court reporter are when they have multiple deadlines for transcripts around the same time. As court reporters, you want to keep your clients happy and coming back to hire you in the future – How can you do this successfully with multiple deadlines sneaking up on you?
The ongoing evolution of technology has provided the opportunity to go paperless in the legal industry, among many others, and we are happy about it. From reducing waste that harms the environment, to reducing costs – going paperless has various benefits.