Alabama Court Reporters Association - Welcome to the Alabama Court Reporters Association. ACRA is the association for professional court reporters in Alabama and is an affiliate of the National Court Reporters Association.
Alaska Shorthand Reporters - The Alaska Shorthand Reporters Association is committed to promoting and maintaining the highest standards of verbatim reporting.
Arizona Court Reporters Association - Certified Reporters in Arizona have maintained the highest standards of conduct when keeping the official record, and have consistently encouraged the Arizona Supreme Court, Arizona Judicial Council, Arizona Board of Certified Reporters, State Bar of Arizona and other entities to enact policies and procedures in keeping with these high standards.
Arkansas Court Reporters Association - ACRA is the official Arkansas Court Reporters Association and serves court reporters working in the Great State of Arkansas. We are governed by an executive committee elected from our membership of court reporters. If you are a court reporter working in Arkansas the association is here to assist you.
California Court Reporters Association - CCRA is an association that promotes the connectedness of reporters. We pride ourselves on having a vision that joins the interests of ALL court reporters.
Colorado Court Reporters Association - Since 1910, the Colorado Court Reporters Association has been committed to serving the court reporting industry, as well as its greatest assets, which are its members.
Connecticut Court Reporters Association - The purpose of this orgnization shall be to provide an organization of shorthand reporters, captioners and CART reporters in the state of Connecticut; to promote harmony and a spirit of mutual assistance between the profession of shorthand reporting and the courts, members of the bar of the state, and the public.
Delaware Court Reporters Association - DCRA is Delaware's official affiliated state organization of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).
Florida Court Reporters Association - In 1961, FCRA was incorporated to operate as an educational entity for the development of the reporting profession. Since that time, FCRA has taken an active role in both the legislative and regulatory control of the profession. The Association’s growth and success in the maintenance of its high standards and protection of the public interest is paramount and continues to be recognized industry wide.
Georgia Certified Court Reporters Association - Court reporters create verbatim transcripts of speeches, conversations, legal proceedings, meetings, and other events. Sometimes written accounts of spoken words are necessary for correspondence, records, or legal proof, and court reporters provide those accounts. They play a critical role not only in judicial proceedings, but also at every meeting where the spoken word must be preserved as a written transcript.
Hawaii Court Reporters and Captioners Association - The Hawaii Court Reporters and Captioners Association (HCRCA) is a non-profit professional organization founded for the purpose of promoting excellence in court reporting in the state of Hawaii.
Idaho Court Reporters Association - To help protect the public health, safety and welfare through the licensure and regulation of those who provide shorthand reporting services in Idaho.
Illinois Court Reporters Association - The mission of the Illinois Court Reporters Association is to maintain standards of excellence in verbatim shorthand reporting, to provide continuing educational opportunities and advocate technological advancements, and to promote a spirit of mutual assistance between the profession of verbatim shorthand reporting and its consumers.
Indiana Shorthand Reporters Association - To establish and maintain a proper standard of proficiency in the profession of shorthand reporting.
Iowa Court Reporters Association - The association's purpose shall be to promote and advance the interest of those persons engaged in the profession of shorthand reporting throughout the state of Iowa, to develop greater awareness in appreciation for the profession through public education, and to generally promote the shorthand reporting industry.1 2 3 > Last ›