Listing on NCRA website and publications
A listing on the Affiliated Court Reporting Associations section of NCRA's Web site is available to all statewide reporting associations upon request. Affiliated units are clearly distinguished from nonaffiliated units.
State organizations are encouraged to include complete listings of regional, county and other reporting organizations within their state, so new or potential members clicking through the national listings to a state Web site will have access to this information.
Annual meetings of both affiliated and nonaffiliated units may be listed on NCRA's Web site interactive meetings calendar.
All reporting organizations may advertise in the magazine so long as they adhere to NCRA's Advertising Policy. Discounts are available based on multiple issue commitments.
NCRA may exercise its best judgment to determine who is the most appropriate local individual to work with in response to a public relations need, regardless of that individual's state membership.
Member prospect lists
Prospect lists are shared on a reciprocal basis with all interested reporting organizations.
Invitation to NCRA Leadership Conference and Legislative Boot Camp*
Representatives from all affiliates are invited to attend these events.
Participants not representing an affiliated unit must seek approval from NCRA's Executive Committee in order to attend. All reasonable requests are granted.
State leaders network
This web-based resource center is open to all affiliated associations' leaders.
Access to NCRA staff experts and counsel
Assistance and support is provided to individual members (regardless of state membership) and affiliated groups, primarily via telephone and e-mail, on such issues as association law, lobbying, statistics, publishing, ethics, etc.
NCRA representatives at state conventions
Both affiliated and nonaffiliated groups may request an NCRA representative for a convention; however, all requests cannot always be accommodated.