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What Is Digital Reporting?
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THE VERITEXT PARTNER 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!
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 can complete the program in approximately 50 hours over a two-to-four-week period (excluding Notary requirements). Digital reporting equipment will be required.
Upon successful completion, a qualified Digital Reporter will have the opportunity to work as an independent contractor and take remote and in-person assignments.
Applicants 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
Common Litigation Terms
Medial Naming Conventions
High School or GED required
English speaking, reading & writing fluency required
Excellent written & verbal communication skills
Strong sense of discretion
Professional, punctual and presentable
Court reporting experience, education equivalent,
or willingness to obtain equivalent
DR Equipment (PC laptop, recording equipment, etc.) –
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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
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