New Mexico is a great place to work!  It's a lower cost of living and great salary.  We are short-handed and are in need of more great court reporters in New Mexico and will be in greater need next year.  If you are interested in chatting more about making a move to NM, please e-mail Ana at ana@nmdepo.com

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Comment by Ana Maria Gallegos on February 19, 2018 at 4:46

Hello, Brynn Dockstader.  The RPR is what is required to be licensed in New Mexico.  

Comment by Brynn Dockstader on February 13, 2018 at 14:11

Sorry about the comment.  Still learning about the blogs.

How is the court work in New Mexico?  Will an RPR and RMR from the 1980s still hold up?  I'm working in Tucson now and have been for the past two months.  New hire hazing big-time.

Thanks for your time,  brynn

Comment by Brynn Dockstader on February 13, 2018 at 14:05

To Tammy Anderson:  I think I'm about to get busy.  Please email me at dockstaderb711@gmail.com.  Thanks for your time.  brynn

Comment by Rhonda Gray on December 7, 2017 at 8:21

Casecatalyst scopist available to assist with backlog and overflow.  Please, email me at: grayrm78@gmail.com. I listen to full audio.

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