For the Record tracks several court reporters, captioners and CART providers and they strive to attain the Guinness title of World’s Fastest Court Reporter. It explores the “steno culture,” as experienced by stenographers, through such events as 9/11, the Nuremberg trials and other high-profile courtroom moments, while reviewing the history of these “keepers of the […]
»This video is NOT sponsored☆ ▽▽▽▽ Welcome back, everyone! In today’s video, I bring you with me and show you how I set up for a telephonic deposition. If you have any questions on the equipment I use, you can always comment, and I’ll try to answer them as best as I can. P.s. the […]
What can collection objects reveal about our democracy, our rights and freedoms and how to be an active and engaged citizen? ‘Stories from the Bunker’ is a series of clips and resources developed by our MoAD Learning team. Discover more: https://www.moadoph.gov.au/learning/resources/stories-from-the-bunker/
February 9th thru the 16th is celebrated as the 2019 National Court Reporting & Captioning Week.
eCourt Reporters is an award-winning online scheduling system for attorneys, paralegals, firms, and agencies to book court reporters and legal videographers across 50 states. Joining us to discuss how the serve the court reporters and the users of the service are Karen Renee and Judy Gerulat from eCourt Reporters. If you sign up and complete […]
Lance is a videographer and he is here to discuss the relationship between videographers and court reporters.
Kimberlee Castro, CSR, was a court reporter for 13 years when an injury sidelined her career. Now at Optima Juris as the Director of Scheduling she finds a new way to help clients in the legal world. Check out Kimberlee’s story here.
To become a certified court reporter in the state of California, there are several steps you must take to meet the necessary requirements. The following steps are necessary to prove your ability and to help you maintain your credibility throughout your licensing period. Read our Blog: https://www.jilioryan.com/blog/ Visit our Website: https://www.jilioryan.com/ Contact-us at: https://www.jilioryan.com/contact-us/ Like […]
Accessibility NYC Meetup – Mar 5 2019 Why Human Captioning? – Mirabai Knight Why Human Captioning? Tuesday, Mar 5, 2019, 7:00 PM thoughtbot1384 Broadway 20th Floor New York, NY 59 Members Went This talk will address the current state of the art in automated live captioning and discuss why a qualified human captioner is still […]
During this lunchtime presentation to attorneys, two court reporters give advice to attorneys on how to effectively admit evidence so that it can be preserved for the appeals process. Williamson Bar Association, Georgetown, TX, October 26, 2018.
If you work with a court reporter on a frequent basis, you will need to learn proper etiquette and a few mannerisms that will help them do their jobs more efficiently. Follow us at: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Jilio.Ryan.Professional.Court.Reporter/ Twitter- http://twitter.com/JilioRyan Our Channel- http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVDxOi5Hg5cvY_6yKKiSm2A
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Hosts Doug Vigil and Connie O’Dea have CART Captioner Norma Rease in the studio to talk about her 13 years of service for the Hard of Hearing community. “The Voice Of Stockton” on KXVS 92.1 FM If you enjoy the video then be sure like/favorite, share it with your friends and subscribe Check out the […]
This video is a must watch. I stress the importance of transcripts and checking in advance if a court reporter is needed to preserve the record or not. I’m not an attorney. Nothing in this video is intended to constitute legal advice. For inquiries, feel free to contact me through www.theproperperson.com
Court reporters have family and friends who may not understand what this new profession will demand of their proud new professional and how the work-life balance will be affected. Keep your lines of communication open!