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NCRA Webinars

Thursday, September 29, 2016: 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST (0.1 CEU)

Title: Practicing in the digital age: How to evolve with your attorneys

Description: In a recent ALM survey, 97 percent of attorneys believed electronic case management can mitigate the risk of missing critical details. Attorneys today are under constant pressure to produce an accurate, efficient work product with the expectation of providing exceptional client service. Attendees will learn how transcript workflow technology benefits both you and your clients by relieving pressures and producing secure, flexible transcripts efficiently. Brought to you by Thomson Reuters.

Presenters: Alex Borchert, Esq. and Jonathan Janes, Esq.

Alex Borchert has worked for Thomson Reuters for 3 years, where he is a dedicated Customer Relationships Manager for RealLegal. Alex is also an attorney specializing in Personal Injury and Immigration Law.

Jon Janes has worked for Thomson Reuters for the last 5 years and has focused primarily on legal sales, client management and retention.  He currently manages four sales teams specializing in several of Thomson Reuters’ key product offerings.  Jon previously practiced law in the areas of Mass Torts and Product Liability and he still maintains his Minnesota attorney license.

Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Thomson Reuters gives customers smarter ways to work by providing unrivaled legal solutions that integrate content, expertise and technologies. RealLegal provides transcript management tools to court reporting firms.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016: 3:00 – 4:30 pm EST (0.15 CEU)

Title: Mentoring students for tomorrow’s professionals

Description: What is involved in successfully mentoring students in a court reporting program? What do schools need from professionals? Current best practices along with common pitfalls for the implementation and maintenance of effective mentorship activities will be discussed. Make a difference in students’ lives through mentoring!

Presenter: Kelly R. Moranz, CRI

Kelly Moranz has been in the court reporting field since 1985 and graduated from Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C). She has worked in multiple freelance firms in a variety of roles. Kelly became involved in education in 2006 as a part-time faculty member and is currently the program manager for the Captioning and Court Reporting Program at Tri-C. Kelly has been instrumental in developing courses, curriculum, recruiting, and expanding the program. She facilitates a mentorship program that has been recognized by the college for its unique approach in supporting students. She was awarded the Ralph M. Besse, Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015, has received the inaugural JCR Award for Leadership and Team-Building and CASE Educator of the Year Award in 2016 and is the CASE Educator of the Year.

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