Court reporters are essential players in any attorney’s legal team. Without a skilled court reporter, attorneys would not have the accurate transcripts they need to find success in the courtroom.
What what exactly is it that court reporters do? And how is it any different than a recording device? These are some questions that people often pose about court reporting, and we are here to answer it. On our page of Frequently Asked Questions about court reporters, we answer some of the top questions about the profession, including:
- How do steno-machine keyboards work?
- How many words can court reporters write per minute?
- How do you become a certified court reporter?
- Will court reporters be replaced by recording devices?
With these questions answered, attorneys can book their next court reporting service knowing that it will be in the best interest of their team. Work with Anderson Reporting to ensure you are getting the superior litigation support you need. Contact us today to learn more about our services.