National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) is internationally recognized as the premier educational and informational resource for its members and the public. Through its actively involved membership, the association impacts legislative issues and the global marketplace.
Court reporters and captioners use cutting-edge technology to bring the spoken word to text accurately in real time. NCRA members are highly tech savvy as they rely on the latest in technology to get their jobs done. Today’s court reporters can write 225 words per minute or more when capturing the spoken word.
NCRA is committed to supporting its more than 14,000 members in achieving the highest level of professional expertise with educational opportunities and industry-recognized court reporting, captioning, educator, and videographer certification programs.
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.
The National Court Reporters Association maintains strong ties to a number of organizations.
History of NCRA
Find out how it all got started.
Membership in NCRA comprises a variety of professional types. Learn more about the membership breakdown and various Certifications.
Awards and contests
NCRA awards a number of honors and awards throughout the year.