Elizabeth L. Borrelli
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  • Anaheim
  • United States
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Realtime Reporters

A discusssion forum for realtime reporters and those striving for realtime
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Profile Information

What is your occupation?
court reporter
What state do you live in?
California
How did you find out about CSRnation?
colleague
What is your CSR number if you're a court reporter?
7844
If reporter/scopist, what software do you use?
Eclipse

Realtime reporter

I am an extremely qualified realtime reporter who lives in southern California.  I prefer Orange County, but I'm willing to cover Riverside, L.A., and San Diego counties, depending on type of job, duration of job, etc.  I have four extra laptops with LiveNote installed, although I prefer to use the Bridge protocol.  I also have an iPad that I can use as well, but with no LiveNote.  I have also successfully streamed realtime on a number of occasions.  My certifications include the DRA realtime certification. 

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At 6:42 on September 19, 2008, Margie Dowler said…
Been trying to respond to your email; it keeps coming back undeliverable. Is everything okay with you? New email is mddowler@dsoelectricwb.com :)
At 7:00 on January 8, 2008, Elizabeth L. Borrelli said…
Here I am this Christmas in Michigan with my pride and joy!
 
 
 

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