Court Reporter In Vegas, Baby!

I just booked my flight for April 2, 2008.  I'm heading to Las Vegas, NV!  I will be there to visit the Nevada Certified Court Reporters Board and to sit for their Firm Owner's Exam.  Also, in my articles section, I posted an informative article about becoming a court reporter in Nevada.  Here are some of the minimum requirements:

  • Passing the National Court Reporters Association exam for registered professional reporters
  • Passing the National Verbatim Reporters Association exam for certified verbatim reporters
  • Providing a certificate of satisfactory completion from a court reporter school that demonstrates competency of at least 200wpm with 97.5% accuracy
  • Possession of a certificate from the National Court Reporters Association demonstrating that the applicant is a registered professional reporter, certified broadcast captioner, certified realtime reporter, certified CART provider or registered merit reporter
  • Possession of a certificate of merit or certificate of certified verbatim reporter from the National Verbatim Reporters Association
  • Possession of certification or licensing in court reporting from another state
  • Demonstrating one full year of experience as a full-time court reporter

Read the entire article> Court Reporting In Nevada

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Todd Olivas

Todd Olivas is a court reporter and entrepreneur.
He founded TO&A in 2003.

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