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Program partner, The National Equal Justice Library (NEJL) at Georgetown University, is the only national institution dedicated to preserving the legal profession's history of serving poor Americans who are in need of legal representation. The NEJL has a very popular collection of oral histories provided by legal aid lawyers, administrators, and educators which captures their individual exper…
Foundation, Continuing Education, Students, Officials, Legal Videographers, Instructors and School Administrators, Freelancers, Court Reporters, Broadcast and CART Captioners, NCRF
Since 2003, NCRA members have helped preserve the stories of America’s war veterans for the Library of Congress Veterans History Project (VHP). Many veterans have been unable to participate, though, due to hearing loss. Until now.
Help capture these veterans’ stories through NCRF’s newest Oral Histories initiativ, the Hard-of-Hearing Heroes Project. This project is the first devoted to interv…
Broadcast and CART Captioners, Court Reporters, Freelancers, Officials, Students, Captioning, CART, Continuing Education, Foundation, NCRF, Volunteer Opportunities
A career in court reporting
Court reporters earn an average of nearly $45,000 a year, though many earn much more. Income varies according to the area in which a person lives, certifications earned, the kinds of reporting jobs, and experience of individual reporters.
Schools and programs
The knowledge and skills to become a court reporter or stenocaptioner are taught at more than 150 re…
Professionals, Officials, Court Reporters, Freelancers
Official court reporters in the United States work in the nation’s courts at all levels.