“This profession is filled with men and women who understand that being a respected professional requires staying abreast of technology, continuing education, and daily devotion to the hard work of being successful. It’s an act of love – an expression of respect for yourself as a top-tier professional. You should be proud of your hard-won skills.”

“Court Reporters are the best at capturing the spoken word and translating it instantly into text.”

Nancy Varallo, NCRA president

Skill Advancement

Now, more than ever, it is important to remain technologically current. Check out the following skill-advancement programs to hone your skills:



Interested in becoming a court reporter? Wondering what it means to be a CART provider or a Captioner? Want to find out if this is the career for you? Did you know you can pursue the career of court reporting online?

[Washington, D.C.] – According to an independent study conducted by Ducker Worldwide (Ducker),
one of the nation’s leading marketplace analyst firms, demand for court reporters will exceed supply
within five years, yielding a nationwide shortage. By 2018, there will be 5,500 new court reporter
jobs available in the U.S. with the greatest demand occurring in: California, Texas, Illinois and New York,
according to the 2013-14 Court Reporting Industry Outlook Report.

Check out the following sites for more information about the exciting and growing field of court reporting: