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SOUND BYTES - August 2019



Guarding The Deposition Record When A Stenographer Is Nowhere In Sight

by Steve Townsend, CEO
TheRecordXchange


Don't be surprised if there is no stenographer in your next deposition. A little history may help put your mind at ease.

It has been widely reported that the number of active stenographic court reporters is declining rapidly. Court reporting schools are closing, graduation numbers are dropping and interest in the career is very low. This is all true.

 




Pursuing AAERT Certification

by K.C. Corbin, CER, CET

 

The Certification Committee has been busy this past year on two major projects. The largest undertaking was the update of our Best Practices Guide (BPG). Secondly, the company for our certification testing has been moved to Loyalist Exam Services.

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Effective Court Reporter Notes From the Transcriber's Point of View

by Christy Behlke, CER

 

The first thing I did when I decided to write this article was to ask some of the transcribers that work with me to list the three things they found most helpful in the court reporter notes that they use when transcribing. Needless to say, some of their lists looked like this: 1. Spellings; 2. Spellings; 3. Spellings!!



Sticks and Stones…

By Brian Blasko

I’m pretty sure we’re all familiar with the old school childhood phrase that goes, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Well, guess what? News flash. Words do hurt! And, of course, so do those darn sticks and stones. There are many reasons why people choose to make other people unhappy. Maybe it’s a personal vendetta, anger issues, or simply a case of insecurity. Whatever the reason may be, one thing is for sure. WE control our own emotions and reactions to negativity.


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