I actually did great. I passed all my test so I'm ready to work now. Ya hooo! What was your first move when you first graduated. I've prepared my resume but I've been so busy, I haven't actually gotten around to deliver them to other firms. Delete Comment
Well, I certainly am not proud to scream this from the rooftops, but I worked with Official. They have new owners now. From what I hear, they are really trying to clean up their reputation. I only did freelance for about a year, so I didn't meet a lot of the other reporters. I pretty much kept to myself in my courtroom because Judge Soto and I became such close friends.
I have seen that job opening!! Do you remember Cathy Rundell-Clunk? She worked with Judge Murphy. Anyway, she told me about that position in federal. That would be a nice gig. Unfortunately, I was super lazy and comfy and have never even sat for the RPR!! Now that I am in the real world of court reporting, I can certainly see the need for it, and I would really like to be back in a one judge/one courtroom setting.
My friend worked with Sigler for a year. Her name is Sherri. (from Oklahoma) Do you remember the attorney Si Gaer? Really old, really verbose, really quiet voice???
Hey, Stephanie. I read that you worked in criminal court in Miami a few years ago?? I worked for Judge Soto for four years. Which judge did you work with, which firm? I miss South Florida SO much, especially the zoo in the Gerstein building!
I work with a firm, US Legal Support in West Palm Beach. They are a terrific firm and I love it there. We are just coming off of spring break and it is busy already. If you have any questions, I'm here.