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On Friday, I had an examination at the office.  For the first time, I was reporting in one of their biggest rooms that they had even though the number of scheduled number of people was slated to be 4 to 5.   548 more words

Steno

Work over blogging? /CR Firsts

Lately, I’ve taken the approach of preferring to work on my transcripts rather than blogging whereas in the past it’s always been blog posts before anything else to the point of staying up late until midnight or beyond to publish a post once per day.   743 more words

Steno

What Will California Court Reporters Be Like In 100 Years?

Drones, self-driving cars, Watson the Jeopardy-playing computer, and the digitization of everyday life. Does this mean what I think it means? We are finally in the future! 800 more words

Court Reporter

Under New Law, You Have the Right to a Reporter at Arbitration

The following is a guest blog post by Joseph A. Goldstein. Mr. Goldstein is a litigator with The Goldstein Law Firm, representing employers in labor and employment law disputes, wage and hour class actions, and business disputes. 642 more words

Legal Topics

Does one really need a court reporter?

Years ago court reporters were very much part of any court scene. Today however that is not the case. In number of courts they are totally missing. 466 more words

Chicago Court Reporter

Christine M. Frederickson

Occupation: reporter, researcher, editor, writer
Education:
Attended, Kalamazoo College, 1964—1966
BA cum laude, University New Hampshire, 1968
MEd, Boston College, 1974
Career:
Court reporter, ind. contractor, LA, California, 1999—2003… 357 more words

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