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Looking for a part-time assistant (1-5pm) in Encino - boutique court reporting agency. Phones, computer skills, calendaring and production work. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Robin Leonard on May 8, 2017 at 14:00 — No Comments
Hello. I'm looking for a DigitalCAT scopist long term. Is there anyone available?
iDepo Reporters (El Segundo) is looking for a full-time person to coordinate our calendar. Please visit our website and click on our side bar for a description of the job. Interested candidates please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Thank you very much.
No Phone calls please.
Added by iDepo Reporters on March 14, 2017 at 11:13 — No Comments
If you know anyone looking for a position with a court reporting firm, please send them our way. We are looking for an experienced court reporting scheduler in San Antonio, Texas.
Contact Lorree Castile firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Lorree Castile on March 13, 2017 at 8:02 — No Comments
Hi all. I'm brand new to scoping. I've been transcribing legal court proceedings for five years now, and wanted to try something new. Are there any court reporters out there who may be willing to work with me on a training basis? Please email me at EileenD820@gmail.com. It would be much appreciated.
Added by Kathy Ferguson on January 17, 2017 at 11:15 — No Comments
I just bought a new laptop with Windows 10 - and too late I'm wondering - can Eclipse files written on the laptop be brought into my desktop with Windows 7????
I'm trying to have a friend proof for me. The problem is I am on Case Cat and she is on Eclipse. I converted the file to an RTF file and my friend hasn't been able to import the job into Eclipse. We are told this should be easy, but when she imports and opens the file it's blank???
Does anyone know the steps to importing a file into Eclipse that was created from another software?
Hello, does anyone know a reporter Sally Wilson CSR# 11399? If so, please contact email@example.com.
Has anyone worked for EcoScribe?
I'm reaching out for advice and help.
As a new scopist I'm caught in the experience snare: how to gain experience when most every ad is looking for scopists with at least one and usually many more years of experience.
I know all of you followed many different…Continue
I am being offered a job, as a court reporter, taking down multiple interviews with individuals concerning Australia and trading in Asia. It is teleconferenced, paid for by the proposing company. Any input as to how much a court reporter would charge or how you would charge, is a better way to put it, for a job like this? It is estimated to be between 35 to 50 hours of interview. I would appreciate any input.
Added by April Thompson on May 27, 2016 at 8:13 — No Comments
Cross posted at Bffproofreading.
There is no doubt that the internet has made things much easier to research. However, sometimes searching for one piece of information can feel a bit like trying to drink from a fire hose. Court reporters, scopists, and…Continue
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Hello, my name is Melinda Jennings. I am a former court reporter with 20 years' reporting experience. I have been proofreading for other court reporters for 11 years now. I have CaseCAT software (Version 16). I can insert suggested corrections with a scan stop for your final review. I will spot-check with audio at no extra charge, upon request. I mainly work weekends. My page rate is .35 per page. I look forward to hearing from you. …Continue
Added by Melinda Jennings on April 28, 2016 at 11:00 — No Comments
This week has been National Court Reporting and Captioning Week. The more I learn about court reporting and get to know verbatim reporters, the more impressed I am with these professionals.
The creed is from retired court reporter Bill Parsons, who graciously shared this with the court reporting world and has…Continue
Cross-posted at bffproofreading.com
Call me weird, but I love the beauty of a diagram showing how all the parts of speech work together. This diagram of the Preamble to the Constitution is a work of art.…Continue
Added by April Thompson on February 12, 2016 at 7:05 — No Comments
Has anyone had anxiety where once those above words are said for NCRA testing and your fingers are all over the place and/or even shaky to the point you can't type? Do you have tips or suggestions to overcome this?