Kansas Court Reporters Association - Kansas Court Reporters Association is committed to promoting and maintaining the highest standards of verbatim reporting, quality services, professional ethics, and advocating continuing education, as well as the utilization of state-of-the-art technology.
Kentucky Court Reporters Association - The Kentucky Court Reporters Association is a non-profit corporation formed in 1978, and since that time has provided educational opportunities for court reporters, as well as public relations services to the court reporting community in Kentucky. Our profession has made many advances since incorporation, and we remain committed to those same goals and purposes.
Louisiana Court Reporters Association - LCRA is an organization that educates, protects, and promotes the court reporting profession in Louisiana. In addition, LCRA especially encourages its members to portray the ideals set by the NCRA (National Court Reporters Association), the official standard bearer in the nation.
Maine Court Reporters Association - The Maine Court Reporters Association promotes the importance of our profession to the judicial process in the State of Maine and to the 28 million U.S. citizens who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Maryland Court Reporters Association - Founded in 1949, The Maryland Court Reporters Association (MCRA) is committed to advancing the court reporting profession by promoting court reporters as experts in the field of verbatim court reporting, providing continuing education to its members while advocating quality service, high ethical standards, and the application of state-of-the-art technology.
Massachusetts Court Reporters Association - One of the main benefits of having a verbatim court stenographer present is elimination of lost testimony due to electronic recording failures and errors caused by transcribers who are not present during the proceeding.
Michigan Association of Professional Court Reporters - Capturing and preserving important spoken information is the realm of work that falls under the general heading of "court reporting." It's a profession that traces its roots to a scribe who recorded speeches in the Roman senate more than 2,000 years ago (one of his shorthand devices, the ampersand, is on your computer keyboard). But it's a profession that's also as modern as today.
Minnesota Association of Verbatim Reporters & Captioners - The mission of MAVRC is to promote the use of stenographic reporters to capture the record in depositions and courtrooms and to provide closed captioning and CART services.
Mississippi Court Reporters Association - The practice of court reporting means the making of a verbatim record by means of written symbols or abbreviations in pen shorthand, machine shorthand, or oral stenography (also known as steno mask), of testimony or proceedings relevant to matters under the jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Mississippi.
Missouri Court Reporters Association - The mission of the Missouri Court Reporters Association (MCRA) is to provide continuing education for court reporters on an annual basis, to promote the professional welfare of court reporters, to encourage high standards of proficiency and ethics among the members of the Association, and to establish and maintain good relations with the public and the Bar.
Montana Court Reporters Association - Word by Word Preserving the Record.
Nebraska Court Reporters Association - Reporting the good life in Nebraska.
Nevada Court Reporters Association - Our Continued Mission…To lead the effort to promote PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS by improving the quality of programs and services available to court reporters in Nevada. To be a REPRESENTATIVE AND ADVOCATE for court reporters by promoting understanding of the responsibilities, functions and needs of court reporters before government, corporations, foundations and community leaders throughout the state.
New Hampshire Court Reporters Association - Assuming responsibility for leadership and enlightenment of the users of stenotype reporting of proceedings and of the public regarding the special competence, importance, and value of the court reporting system.
New Jersey - Certified Court Reporters Association of New Jersey - Established in 1938 as the Certified Shorthand Reporters Association of New Jersey, is a not-for-profit organization of individual members involved in or affiliated with the skillful art of capturing the spoken word via stenographic means. Its leadership is based upon the volunteer efforts of a board of directors, elected each November by the general membership, and the committees and task forces it establishes to proactively advocate for the best interest of the profession in general, within the State of New Jersey in particular.< 1 2 3 4 >