The Brooks Court Reporting Blog
For attorneys, paralegals, court reporters and legal professionals.
In this guest post, Adam Kilgore, General Counsel of The Mississippi Bar, discusses what should attorneys do in their practices to ensure that non-lawyer assistants are not engaging in the unauthorized practice of law and other improper conduct. While technological...read more
Hopefully you all enjoyed our article on the history of stenography as related to the technologies court reporters utilize in the industry of their craft. The information as well as all the related photographs in that article came from The Gallery of Shorthand in the...read more
Have you ever noticed how some court reporters are able to turnaround transcripts much quicker than some others? Whether they are able to have a rough draft transcript ready shortly after the end of a deposition or a final transcript available the next day, they seem...read more
Court reporters and stenographers owe much of their success to the recent rapid development of technologies and resources that they now have at their disposal. The need to capture the spoken word to be referenced by governing/judicial authorities as well as future...read more
When you need to conduct a deposition outside of your local state, how do you schedule a court reporter? Maybe you’ve scheduled many out-of-town depositions in your career, but maybe you haven’t. Whether you’re an attorney, paralegal, or legal assistant, let’s discuss...read more
It is a foregone conclusion that professional law firms try to acquire and command the most up-to-date resources to strengthen their case, put some power in their corner, or pack some extra ammunition in their can, so to speak. In this arms race, video has emerged as...read more