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Virginia Lawyers Weekly: Court Reporting Licensure Fails in Virginia

The impact of the rapid and steady decrease in the number of stenographic court reporters will be significant. To layer a new license requirement on court reporters during a period of transition would amount to unnecessary and self-imposed confusion.”

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February 6, 2020

‘Too Risky’: National Court Reporters Association Pushes Back Against Digital Reporting

The NCRA alleges that a lack of certification and the possibility for altered audio makes digital court reporting “dangerous,” but proponents argue there is little difference between digital and in-person court reporting.

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January 27, 2020

Loss for Words: Stenographer Shortage Prompts Industry to Seek Out Different Solutions

Business is booming for Chris Willette, a stenographer and the owner of Willette Court Reporting in Wausau.

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December 5, 2019

New Group Addresses Decline in Court Reporters

The court reporter industry is experiencing a stenographer shortage nationwide, with a gap of more…

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November 11, 2019

The Speech-to-Text Institute Unveiled; Seeks To Unify and Bring Collaboration, Standards To Court Reporting Business

The court reporting business has a new industry organization that was announced today. The Speech-to-Text Institute (STTI) is a non-profit organization that seeks to help lead an industry that is experiencing fundamental, transformative changes.

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October 21, 2019