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Comment by Quyen on June 24, 2012 at 12:57

Angie, you might want to join the Cover Depos (Boston) group, if you haven't already done so.

Good luck to you in your relocation!

Comment by Karen A. Haworth on June 13, 2012 at 9:08

Hello, everyone.  I just joined.  I am a Certified Court Reporter in New Jersey and have been for 36 years.  I still love it, though.  If anyone wants to know about the reporting climate in New Jersey, I can probably help you out.

Mr. McNutt's opportunity looks great!  Love Charleston!

Comment by Ron McNutt on June 13, 2012 at 8:04

Freelance Court Reporter Opportunity in Charleston, South Carolina

Job Description

Are you an excellent Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) with a desire to live on the Atlantic coast? Then come join us in beautiful Charleston, SC.

Our client is seeking a well-organized, team player to join their dynamic growing company as a full-time Freelance Court Reporter. With 98% deposition work in complex, multi-party litigation, the firm boasts a supportive office staff and state of the art technology and software. As a result, you’ll experience an efficient turn-in process that allows you to work more often and to gain greater familiarity with loyal clients through repeat reporting opportunities.

The Freelance Court Reporter position offers the following compensation package:

  • Page rate for originals and copies will be negotiable based on experience.
  • Paid every two weeks by direct deposit on all paid invoices.
  • Six-figure earning potential with 500+ pages per week on average.
  • No expenses are passed to reporter beyond the percentage split. Printing, binding, postage, handling, invoicing and collections, as well as marketing and business development are all handled by the firm.
  • Flexible scheduling.
  • Electronic turn-in with minimal office time.

Please send us your cover letter and resume/CV to learn more about this incredible opportunity!

Desired Skills & Experience

The following attributes describe our successful candidate:

  • Must be a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR)
  • (4+) years of reporting experience, preferably in complex medical and construction litigation
  • Must be real-time capable, preferably certified
  • Must understand and utilize the most up-to-date court reporting technology, preferably Case Catalyst (ver. 10)
  • Must be detail-oriented and be able to effectively multi-task
  • Must have a high degree of personal accountability, be well-organized and be able to work independently
  • Must be confident, enthusiastic and people oriented

Please send us your cover letter and resume/CV to learn more about this incredible opportunity!

Company Description

Our client has been a court reporting presence in the Charleston legal community for more than 20 years. With 2 office locations and 10-15 employees, this reporter-owned firm is stable and poised for additional growth.

With a focus on complex, multi-party litigation, the firm not only offers certified, real-time reporting, but also in-house videography and video conferencing. They enjoy a significant market share in their domain and are growing into new areas of service.

Please send us your cover letter and resume/CV to learn more about this incredible opportunity!

Comment by RAC2630 on June 9, 2012 at 8:35

You know, after reading the Video Deposition and Scopists discussion yesterday, I thought I would offer my services.  If you need a scopist to scope a video deposition or an expedite, let me know.  I DO and PREFER to listen to full audio.  I prefer it because I am a perfectionist and I want every transcript as complete as I can send it.  I do have references in relation to my work ethic and I have long-term reporter clients.  I use Stenocat or can import and export rtf or pdf files.  I read notes.  I went to college for Court Reporting.  I completed all but my speed for my CR degree, which I dropped out at 150 Q&A, but graduated with a dual degree in Business Admin and Word Info Processing.  I can still [and have considered] going back for my speed, but seeing how hard it is as a scopist and how much work court reporters have cut out for them, I choose not to.  I recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majored in MIS, minored in Management.  I am expanding my business soon and will be letting all know. is still a temporary site, but I am working on it. or 

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Comment by JoRita Meyer on May 3, 2012 at 7:56

Atlanta/North Georgia Independent Realtime.  joritameyer.vpweb.  Loaner laptops.  Lots of experience in high-end multi-district litigation. 

Comment by Melinda Barre on April 27, 2012 at 19:38

Anyone looking for a real-time reporter in or around Houston, Texas, I'd love to cover for you.  You can contact me at

Comment by Abe Chaballout on April 2, 2012 at 19:34

If there are any court reporters in Southern California (primarily Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside County) looking to fill their schedules, we have some orders in April and May that need to be filled. Feel free to reach out to me at if you are interested. Our agency is based in Newport Beach.

Looking forward to hear from some of you.

Comment by Cindy Clark on March 30, 2012 at 12:05

The NCRA website is showing a job opening in southern California (San Diego) for a court reporter to a U.S. District Judge:

Comment by Heather Burga on March 27, 2012 at 8:40

I am always looking for extra court reporters in the State of Florida.

If you are interested please email your experience, software used, do you bring a laptop, rates and current and previous agencies to  looking forward to hearing from you!

Comment by Linda on March 22, 2012 at 13:23

If anyone ever needs a certified reporter in southern Illinois or St. Louis, Missouri, I'd be happy to help you out.  Contact me at or 618-632-0216.

Comment by Universal Reporters on March 21, 2012 at 13:40

Hi, I need help covering a 10:00 am depo tomorrow, 3-22 in Bonita, Ca.

That is San Diego County... please contact me if you're interested

at 562-713-1379 or


Comment by Albert Cittone on March 15, 2012 at 12:40

Hi, we are looking for a freelance court reporter to help us out with covering work in the White Plains, NY area on a regular basis.  If interested, kindly e-mail us your contact information at along with your resume. Thank you.

Comment by DEPOGRL ~ Angelica R. Gutierrez on March 13, 2012 at 15:04
Hello, I am always up for taking more work.
Below is a list of the areas I cover:
1. San Francisco(areas near BART)
2. Sacramento/surrounding areas
3. Alameda county/surrounding areas like Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Fremont
4. San Jose
5. Contra Costa county/surrounding areas like Concord, Antioch, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Lafayette, Martinez
6. Solano County/surrounding areas like Fairfield, Vacaville
7. Stanislaus county/surrounding areas like Modesto and Turlock
8. San Joaquin county/surroundind areas like Stockton, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy
I will also travel further if it is a multi-attorney depo or a depo that will last several days to make it worth my travels.  I will take all kinds of depos, meetings, hearings, arbitrations, court and much more.
Hope I can be of some help to you in covering your calendar!  :)
Angelica R. Gutierrez


Comment by Delicia Struss on March 12, 2012 at 6:36

Hi, Allison.  I sent you an e-mail, but in case you look here first, I'm a reporter (Official in Houston, TX) and scopist. If you are on Eclipse, I'd love to help you out. :)

Comment by Allison Wolff on March 12, 2012 at 5:52

I'm looking for a scopist immediately to scope at least 200 pages of a deposition I took on Thursday.  It's a sexual abuse case of a minor (who's 18 now), but this is civil, not criminal, and this testimony is the parents and dives very little into the actual abuse and more who the parents talked to and time frames.  There is 160 pages of the testimony of the minor, which is super clean, but it is emotional at parts, if someone were willing to do that.  I do need a scopist the testimony of the parents, though.  I can do the minor myself, if need be.  Please e-mail me at with your rates and turnaround time. Thanks!

One a lighter note, I'm looking to build a long-term relationship with a scopist.  And let me clarify that sexual abuse cases are NOT the norm in my field.  I do a lot of worker's comp, medical, and everything else that comes with the civil arena.  I work in rural Kentucky a good bit, so you need to be comfortable with southern accents, but on the up side, the lawyers like things simple and they play nice.  I write clean and if I don't, I clean up the transcript before sending it out.

Comment by Dianna M. Cormier on March 5, 2012 at 8:30

I am looking to place a couple of court reporters to work
on a government contract in the Tennessee area.

Please let me know if you're interested. Thank you!
Comment by Deborah on February 21, 2012 at 17:55


We are looking for a Court Reporter to cover a Depo in Northern NJ tomorrow afternoon Feb 22nd. If interested please email your resume or contact info and mention this post.


Comment by Amy Derr on February 8, 2012 at 13:41


I am looking for a freelance court reporter that can cover a hearing tomorrow 2-9-12 in Beverly Hills, CA.  It is scheduled to run from 830am-1130am and is regular delivery.  If you can cover please contact me ASAP at   202-336-8816 for more information.

Comment by Jennifer L. Terreri on January 31, 2012 at 16:22

I need a back-up scopist.  I have a very long relationship with my scopist, 23 years, who is, unfortunately ill right now.  I am afraid of getting backed up.  Blessed to have this much work.  If you are an experienced scopist who would like some temporary work, I would love to hear from you.  I'm on StenoCAT 32.  Thanks!

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