Oklahoma Court Reporting Firm Steno Services LLC Celebrates National Court Reporting Week with Education and Advocacy

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National Court Reporting and Captioning Week February 11-18.

Ginger Baze, owner of Steno Services LLC in Oklahoma, is launching an outreach and education campaign for National Court Reporting and Captioning Week, occuring February 11- 18th.

Baze has been educating area schools about the court reporting opportunity in an effort to share her experience with the next generation of potential reporters. With more than 5,000 court reporting jobs expected to open and largely remain unfilled in the coming years, it’s her goal to help teach rising students.

National Court Reporting and Captioning Week is organized by the National Court Reporters Association. The association has membership including teachers, scopists, stenographic court reporters, students, CART captioners, and broadcast captioners. The association is the country’s leading certification body for court reporters and additionally offers multiple accredited certifications for realtime-capable reporters, legal videographers, captioners, and stenographic court reporters.

The court reporters working at Steno Services LLC provide a speed of more than 225 words per minute and nearly 100% accuracy. Baze believes that a top commitment to clients and only hiring dedicated and talented court reporters has earned her firm a reputation in Oklahoma City and surrounding areas.

The company provides services such as realtime court reporting, rough drafts and rough ASCIIs, familiarity with medical and technical cases, and extensive experience serving clients in a prompt manner. Baze believes that it’s time to give back and begin sharing the biggest benefits of being a court reporter to future generations who may consider the career.

“It’s been a rewarding opportunity to challenge myself, grow my own business, and develop relationships,” Baze says.
Many court reporters enjoy the fact that the career is flexible in terms of time, and given that most court reporters are able to launch their career with an associate’s degree, it’s a market well worth breaking into since the average freelance court reporter makes between $70,000 and $80,000. There are also plenty of court reporters earning into the six figures. The job also affords a different adventure each day and great learning capability depending on the types of cases. With the major growth expected in the court reporting industry in the next ten years, Baze hopes to connect potential future reporters with this exciting and rewarding career.

For more information about National Court Reporting and Captioning week, visit http://www.crTakeNOte.com

To learn more about the services provided by Steno Services LLC, please visit: https://courtreporterok.com/

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