Earlier this month, Buell Realtime Reporting team members headed to the Mile High City for the annual National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) TechCon. The conference was held at the Curtis Hotel in downtown Denver from April 10-12. TechCon is an educational event training court reporters and other legal professionals on new and emerging technologies.
Additionally, TechCon’s Leadership Conference provides an opportunity to connect with legal professionals from around the country and learn more efficient ways to support our local court reporting association.
Realtime Systems Administrators
Principal Lisa Buell and Business Manager Koré Siegel attended the 2015 Realtime Systems Administrators (RSA) workshop, an NCRA certificate program. The Realtime Systems Administrator program is constantly evolving as technology advances. The challenging course agenda provides in-depth training on the inner workings of realtime technology and invaluable troubleshooting solutions. Attendees engaged in hands-on real-world scenarios utilizing and troubleshooting all types of litigation software, including:
Serial Products - LiveNote, CT Summation, CaseViewNet, Bridge, and Denoto
Streaming Products - LiveNote Stream, LiveDeposition, Cameo II, and SpecHE
At the conclusion of the workshop, Lisa and Kore took the practical assessment exam, developed and implemented by the absolute experts within the field. We are proud to announce that both Lisa and Koré passed the exam, earning NCRA’s Realtime Systems Administrator Certificates.
Avoid technical mishaps at your next realtime deposition. Our experienced Seattle court reporters will provide a wireless realtime connection, whether it be to a laptop, iPad, tablet or smartphone. We can also stream the realtime transcript to your co-counsel, paralegal or legal team in a remote location.
Buell court reporter Liz Harvey attended the NCRA’s State Leadership Conference. Liz, Vice President of the Washington Court Reporters Association (WCRA), was one of three dozen leaders of state court reporting associations who gathered to enhance their leadership and association-building skills.
Topics discussed during the Leadership Conference included:
NCRA’s 2015 public policy agenda
Day-to-day association work
New public relations resources
We thank the NCRA and everyone in attendance who contributed to an exciting, informative, and fun weekend in Denver!