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JANUARY 2009 IN THIS ISSUE: What’s a CRR Anyway? Court Reporting Gains Popularity Getting Your Financial House in Order Which Backup Solution isRight for You? From the President
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We thank you for all that you do, as you are truly an instrumental part of the team. Your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed and we are very grateful for your valuable skills and for your attention to every detail.
We wish you the best in 2009 and we hope you continue to prosper and grow.
What’s a CRR Anyway?
By Sandy Bunch VanderPol, RMR, CRR, CSR
What does CRR mean? As court reporters, we all know CRR stands for Certified
Realtime Reporter – that coveted certification that allows us to shout with pride that we
possess skills such as writing realtime at speeds of 180 words per minute on literary
material for five minutes at 96% accuracy; writing conflict-free theory; writing numbers,
roman, cardinal, ordinal; using flag alphabet to spell words letter by letter, and much
But what really does CRR mean to you as a professional? What does it mean to
you as a firm owner? What does it mean to you as a freelance reporter? What does it
mean to the courts? What does it mean to the official court reporter? I’d like to explore
each one of these questions in an attempt to perhaps encourage at least one reader of this
article to challenge him or herself to strive to this level of professionalism – obtaining
your Certified Realtime Reporter designation.
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“Getting Your Financial House in Order”
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Those Appealing Lawyers
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Court reversals are healing
For parties appealing,
But cause their opponents
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