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Comment by April Thompson on October 22, 2015 at 15:38

Are you seeking a proofreader to catch those evasive errors that escape even your experienced eye? I'm April Thompson, a proofreader who can help you put your best foot forward and produce accurate, polished transcripts. I proof to pdf and offer an errata sheet upon request. My normal turnaround is two to three days, excluding Sundays, and I also provide rush and daily services. Please feel free to contact me with any questions at or visit my website for more information.

Comment by Katarina Music on October 20, 2015 at 13:06

Hello! My name is Kasia and proofreading transcripts for court reporters is what gets me out of bed in the morning. I love and enjoy helping reporters save time in producing high-quality work that impresses their clients and agents. I'm looking for serious reporters in need of a fast, accurate, and service-oriented proofreader. I follow the rules of Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters as well as the Gregg Reference Manual.

Hope to hear from you soon!

Comment by Kelley David on October 13, 2015 at 10:45

Ready to proofread for you!

Along with tailoring my work to your own personal style and preferences, I follow the rules of the Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, and I also refer to the Gregg Reference Manual.  My rates are very reasonable, and I have a turnaround time of 24 to 48 hours.  I am available to accept rush, regular, and intermittent jobs.  If you’re already working with someone you like, I’m also available to be your back-up proofreader.  Please e-mail me at for more information.

Comment by Donna Kreisler on October 11, 2015 at 17:21

I am available to do proofreading.  I have been in the scoping field for nine years as well as the secretarial field for 36 years.  I have proofed technical papers as well as grants, reports, and general office correspondence.  I use Morson’s as a reference guide as well as the Internet.  Please e-mail me at for additional information.  Thank you!

Comment by Janet on October 11, 2015 at 6:35

Proofreading, CaseCat v.14. Reasonable rates, very reliable, and fast; will proof from pdf or ASCII and list changes to be made on itemized detailed errata sheets in Word. Great rates, accuracy with an accommodating, flexible personality.


Comment by Karen Herzog on October 9, 2015 at 9:46
I am a proofreader from southern IL and am interested in creating a partnership with court reporters who need the services of someone who is versed in medical, law enforcement and military terminology, and has been trained well. I have a very flexible schedule and am available for rush jobs as well as overflow. I am looking to build my client base and would love to hear from you at
Comment by Julie Chamberlain on October 9, 2015 at 8:32

Professional Case CATalyst scopist and proofer with an extensive background in administrative work and medical transcription totaling over 20 years.

I would love to build a full-time working relationship with a busy reporter, but I am also available for part-time and overflow work. 

My existing clients agree that I am efficient, accurate, and reliable.  I will happily scope or proof up to 20 pages, free of charge, to see if we’re a good fit. 

Please contact

Comment by Catherine Lueckenotte on October 8, 2015 at 20:02

Good evening, all!

I'm a proofreader with time in my schedule for another reporter. I proofread according to Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters along with your preferences. I have a flexible schedule, and can usually return work within two business days, faster if needed. Please feel free to message me or email for a full rate sheet and resume. I can accept text or pdf for proofreading, and I will return a pdf with corrections and clarifications marked or an errata sheet.

Comment by Andrew Southerland on October 8, 2015 at 12:51

Preventable transcript errors make me [sic]!

Need an extra set of eyes to help distinguish your work from the rest of the crowd's? I am a highly-skilled, resourceful, and hard-working professional proofreader ready to help give you that edge. I've had extensive training in proofreading transcripts for court reporters, to include complex subject matter involving medical and legal terminology. My meticulous attention to detail and superior communication will provide you with the quality product you need to excel. Contact me at for my resume and rates!

Comment by Norma Y. Correa-lopez on October 7, 2015 at 19:21

Hello, I'm available to offer my proofreading services.  I proof using I-annotate via PDF format and welcome the opportunity to assist you.  We can discuss your preferences and rates by contacting me directly at  Looking forward to connecting with you soon!  Thanks for the opportunity :)

Comment by Maria Arellano on October 7, 2015 at 14:03

If you're in need of a regular or backup proofreader or just need me to proofread a one-time job, I am available to help you out. Please contact me for rates and turnaround times. You can e-mail me at I look forward to working with you.

Comment by Michelle Bailey on October 7, 2015 at 9:49

Need a really good scopist immediately.  Have a 400 pg job that I need to get out tonight, tomorrow morning at the latest.  It was scoped but need to be checked pretty carefully.  I'm on CaseCat.  Is there anyone available? 

Comment by Gilbert Jason Bowles on October 6, 2015 at 7:26

Experienced Eclipse proofreader needed immediately. I have one job that just changed to daily delivery and one that has changed to expedited.  Please send rates to


Comment by Mary Ann Crockford on September 29, 2015 at 7:18

Experienced legal/medical proofreader available for regular, steady flow of work at this point, but will do irregular work as my schedule allows. Timely, accurate, highly detail oriented. I have room for another CR or two to read for exclusively. English teacher, B.A. in English Lit and Language, M.A. candidate in English and Linguistics. Expert medical/engineering testimony, technical, product failure/malpractice, FINRA, criminal court, arbitration, etc. Confidentiality, accuracy, tailored to your turnaround needs. Strong background in medical and scientific/technical terminology and research methods. Rates start @ $.40 per 25-line, double-spaced page (includes light research), same-day and expedites for adjusted rate, no rough drafts, please. Ascii, PDFs, will adapt to your software/delivery preferences, errata sheet or direct in-transcript notation. E-mail Website MAC Literary Services

Comment by Cathy Jenquin on September 27, 2015 at 8:47

Are you looking for an extra set of eyes?

My name is Cathy Jenquin and I am a transcript proofreader. I have been doing freelance work from home for the last seven years while fulfilling my role as a stay-at-home mom. Being on the cusp of an empty nest, I’m looking to branch out and take on some additional work.

I have experience working with various types of transcript formats and proceedings. My training is based on the concepts included in Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, The Gregg Reference Manual, and references by Margie Wakeman Wells. I also realize and respect that each court reporter has their own unique process and preferences.

I have a flexible schedule, offer quick turnaround times, and am available for rush jobs. I can provide you with a copy of my resume, a sample transcript, and a rate sheet at any time. Also, you are more than welcome to contact me at with any questions.

I would love the opportunity to work with you and help put the finishing touch on your transcripts!

Comment by Quyen on September 23, 2015 at 14:33

Looking for a couple more very detail-oriented proofreaders with at least two years' experience, who will proof to my preferences/style. Must strictly follow Gregg Reference Manual and spelling per Merriam Webster and be available to work weekends and turn around work in 24 - 48 hours. I prefer an errata sheet or corrections directly in a PDF.

Please e-mail your experience, two references, rates and turnaround time to


Comment by Patti Hasbrouck on September 21, 2015 at 20:33
Greetings! Three of my reporters are on vacation the next couple of weeks.
If you currently need an eagle-eyed proofreader, I am available! If not, please feel free to keep my information on file in the event you might need a backup proofer or a one-off job. I would also be delighted if you shared my contact info with your colleagues. I can proof via iAnnotate in .pdf format, track changes in Word, convert .txt files, as well as proofing with audio. If you request it, I would be happy to proofread a few pages for you – at no cost – to give you a chance to see my work and decide whether or not we would be a good match. I feel a proofreader and court reporter should be a team, working toward the same goal of producing the best work possible. I will work with your personal preferences and meet your deadlines, because your name is on the finished product. My goal is to help you be excellent!

Patti Hasbrouck
Comment by Jennifer Palmerton on September 5, 2015 at 14:07

Are you in need of a detail-oriented proofreader?

I am looking to add a few more clients to my current schedule. I have experience proofreading a variety of legal documents, including medical and legal malpractice, construction, insurance claims, workers’ comp, and general litigation. I refer to Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters and The Gregg Reference Manual, but I am open to your personal preference.

I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s in special education. For the past eight years, I have worked with children and adults with developmental disabilities. I hold myself to high standards of excellence in everything that I do. While I am not proofreading, I care for my ten-month-old daughter and volunteer with a local animal rescue group. I am also pursuing a course in scoping to increase my knowledge of this field.

If you are interested, you can e-mail me at

Thank you!

Jennifer Palmerton

Comment by Kelly McClure on September 4, 2015 at 11:39


I'm looking to add a few more clients to my existing workload.  Please contact me if you're looking for an experienced transcript proofreader.  I'm a former paralegal with a wide range of knowledge in the legal field, not to mention actual courtroom experience.  I know how busy court reporters are and I'm here to help. 

Please contact me at  You can find more information about me and my services on my website.

Thank you for your time and consideration!

Kelly McClure

Comment by Lyndsey Swarm on August 31, 2015 at 12:17


Are you in need of a dependable legal proofreader?  Let me buzz through your work with my meticulous eye for errors! I’m very flexible, do light research, follow Morson's, and can turn jobs around in 24-48 hours - or less! In addition, I can work across different time zones with no problem.  Most importantly, I love what I do and take pride in returning thoroughly proofed work. 

My introductory rate for new clients is only $.30 per page for regular, 48-hour delivery. I receive transcripts in PDF and I only return the annotated pages.  This process has helped me streamline my proofing and speed up my return time.

Please e-mail me at at your convenience with any questions or inquiries.  I'd be happy to send you my rate sheet and sample of my work.

I look forward to hearing from you and thank you in advance for your consideration!

Lyndsey Swarm


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