The Program




Apply to be a Digital Reporter and receive a comprehensive introduction to the profession through practical and hands-on exposure, as well as ongoing support.  Already have experience?  Skip the introduction and put your qualified reporter skills to work.

Applicants will be accepted by demonstrating experience through a Digital Reporting Assessment or by completing a pre-approved Digital Reporting Introduction course.Once experience has been verified, qualified participants new to the profession can complete the program in an average four week period (excluding Notary requirements). Digital reporting equipment will be required and there is no cost for quality development within the program.

Upon successful completion, a qualified Digital Reporter will have the opportunity to work as an independent contractor and take remote and in-person assignments. APPLY NOW!

Applicants new to Digital Reporting will receive a comprehensive
introduction to and education around the following:

  • The US Litigation Process
  • The Digital Process
  • The Role of the Digital Reporter
  • Hardware & Software Requirements & Recommendations
  • Digital Recording Capture/Annotation Software
  • Procedures For Being A Digital Reporter
  • Various Forms Used During Proceedings
  • Post-Proceeding Procedures
  • Common Litigation Terms
  • Medial Naming Conventions
  • And More!

  • High School or GED required
  • English speaking, reading & writing fluency required
  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills
  • Strong sense of discretion
  • Professional, punctual and presentable
  • Notary license
  • Court reporting experience, education equivalent,
    or willingness to obtain equivalent
  • DR Equipment (PC laptop, recording equipment, etc.) – Apply Now to Learn More!
  • Confidence to facilitate a legal proceeding 
  • Confidence to swear in a witness 
  • Able to effectively prioritize and meet deadlines
  • Typing speed of at least 40 wpm with a high rate of accuracy
  • Proficient with technology