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For well over 150 years, court reporting has been a crucial part of the legal industry. Court reporters record the events of a deposition or court room proceedings with a stenotype machine. This machine is set up phonetically, and allows some skilled reporters to record over 200 words a minute. Their speed of recording allows them to keep up with what is said and how it is said, resulting in a highly accurate transcript that can be used for analysis at a later date.
But even though court reporters are highly valuable parts of any legal team, their quality cannot always be counted on. Having a court reporter that cannot deliver on each and every one of a clients’ needs is almost as bad as not having a court reporter at all. One bad experience can sully a potential client’s view of the whole industry.
The founders of the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) were sympathetic of not only these clients, but the quality court reporting firms that were overlooked after one poor experience. The NNRC became a place where attorneys and paralegals can find a comprehensive database of quality court reporting firms across the world. With an intense vetting process that assures court reporting firms’ speed, accuracy, efficiency, and the highest level of customer service, only the best of the best can become members of the NNRC.
Attorneys and paralegals no longer need to worry about whether or not a court reporter or litigation service will deliver on each and every one of their needs. By booking through the NNRC, these court reporting firms are nothing short of prime professionals.
But the NNRC benefits their members as well. Take Cady Reporting in Cleveland Ohio, for instance. The court reporting firm is nearly 40 years old and already prided itself on their quality of customer service. The NNRC, however, helped extend the firm’s reach to clients that may have otherwise never heard of the best Cleveland court reporters. The same goes for the professionals at Abrams, Mah & Kahn Reporting. These Irvine court reporters were well-known enough in their area, but with the NNRC, their name has spread across California.
“The National Network Reporting Company has done wonders for the court reporting industry,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert from Oak Park, Illinois, says. “They’ve taken the court reporting profession and made people realize just how vastly important it is.”
With the NNRC, both clients and court reporting firms benefit. To learn more about the NNRC, call (916) 451-9187, or email email@example.com.