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The National Court Reporters Association promotes excellence among those who capture and convert the spoken word to text and is committed to supporting every member in achieving the highest level of professional expertise.
Because some of my fellow board colleagues and I visited the Mob Museum earlier this week and since we are in Las Vegas, I have a strange question for you before we begin:
Show of hands, how many of you have heard of Jimmy Hoffa?
Robyn M. Hennigan has been in the court reporting profession for 28 years working as a reporter in varying fields and has served as the program coordinator and only full-time faculty member in Clark State Community College’s Judicial Court Reporting Program for the past 15 years.