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Miami court reporters lead way for 2018 trends

New Year

Miami court reporters CourtScribes are ready to take on 2018.

Change has swept through courtrooms for a decade. This year will be no different, and the Miami court reporters at Courtscribes are leading the way.

Courtscribes court reporters use the latest in internet, audio and video technology to go beyond courtroom stenography into a new era. And it’s leading a technological revolution at the right time, as increased demands and retirements lead to a court reporting shortage.

According to Ducker Worldwide: “Increased legal activity and new opportunities will drive demand despite the steady transition of some courts to digital recording. Decreased enrollment and graduation rates for court reporters, combined with significant retirement rates, will create by 2018 a critical shortfall projected to represent nearly 5,500 court reporting positions.”

Among the services Courtscribes is pioneering:

  • Videography—Typically, even more expensive than court reporting. No matter how complex your case, expect a perfect video record of your proceeding at no additional cost.
  • Perfect record keeping—We pride ourselves in creating a completely accurate, verbatim transcript no matter how chaotic the environment.
  • Private online repository—With CourtScribes’ Private Online Repository, you are able to acesss all of your transcripts, exhibits and videos no matter where you are. Whether it be by phone, tablet, or PC, you can access all of your transcripts, exhibits, and on-demand videos sorted by each individual case.

Entrepreneur and professor Barry Unger writes: “CourtScribes is changing the court reporting industry by using Internet age technology to create the official record of court proceedings, using remote transcriptionists and charging attorneys up to 50% less than what they now pay, and as … a disruptive technology will not only improve the quality of services, but also ultimately extend and even democratize the use of services that are today often restricted only to high profile or high dollar value cases.”

And that will continue this year and into the future.