Roy M. Curry, Jr., (Max) is a court reporter from Franklin, Tenn. Curry, who has more than 30 years of experience in the court reporting profession, has also taught court reporting to students at the Tennessee Career College in Nashville for more than 14 years. He holds a Bachelor of Court Reporting degree from the University of Mississippi. Curry also holds the nationally recognized professional certifications of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) and Certified Reporting Instructor (CRI).
Curry has been a member of NCRA for 34 years since attending court reporting school at Ole Miss. He has presented seminars, both live and via the Internet for NCRA and served as a test proctor for the Association’s RPR and Registered Merit Reporter (RMR) tests for several years. He has also served on NCRA’s Freelance Reporter Community of Interest Committee, as well as for two years on the Education Content Committee, and two years on the Budget & Finance Committee.
At the state level, Curry served as president of the Tennessee Court Reporters Association (TNCRA) on two separate occasions. He has also served in every officer position of TNCRA, as well as a Board Director for a combined 15 years of service. Curry has also served as the chair of Tennessee’s Convention Planning Committee on two separate occasions. He also conducts seminars and educational classes for TNCRA and other state associations.