Court reporting is a lucrative career with application not only in court and deposition assignments, but also in television closed captioning and equal access for the deaf and hard-of-hearing in private and public settings (CART).  If your interests include technology and a command of the English language, court reporting is a great fit for you.  Career options include the ability to work from home and flexibility in scheduling.

Interested in a career in court reporting but really want to know what you’re getting into?  The National Court Reporters Association has created the A to Z program just for you.  A to Z is a free eight-week introductory course that teaches students how to write the alphabet and simple words in steno before committing to enrollment in a court reporting school.  A to Z programs are available across the country.  Sign up for the free A to Z course and a volunteer instructor in your area will be in contact.

Do you have questions about the profession?  Would you like to shadow a working reporter for the day to see what court reporting is all about?  Have you graduated and need to complete an internship?  Do you need a mentor throughout your education?  Don’t hesitate to call us.  Students are our future, and Migliore & Associates is here to support you!

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Lisa Migliore Black, Migliore & Associates, Louisville Court Reporting and Video Services.  Free conference rooms in the heart of downtown Louisville, KY  40202.  All rights reserved.

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