Tips for Real-Time Court Reporters Writing to Case Notebook

Attorneys using the Thomson Reuters product CaseNotebook to organize, manage, and share key case documents might request at their next deposition or trial to have a realtime court reporter write directly to their CaseNotebook on the attorney’s laptop/iPad.  CaseNotebook has built-in LiveNote realtime and stream capabilities.  (Thomson Reuters bought LiveNote.)


How Long Does It Take To Become A Court Reporter In Indiana

The court reporting industry is in search of qualified court reporters. With flexible education requirements and many other advantages, court reporting is a great career option for young professionals. However, many young professionals are likely asking the same question “how long does it take?”. Connor Reporting is committed to helping young professionals enter the court reporting industry, so in this post, we will explain a bit more about exactly how long it takes to become a court reporter. 


Veritext Legal Solutions Launches Student Resource Center

Veritext Legal Solutions Launches Student Resource Center and Recruitment Materials to Support the Next Generation of Stenographers


Today January 20, Veritext Legal Solutions, the leader in deposition and litigation support solutions, announces the company has created the Veritext Student Resource Center for those interested in a career in court reporting.


Snap Scheduling 

Scheduling depositions.

If you’re in the business of litigation, scheduling depositions is one of those repetitive, mundane tasks that is part of the job.

Whether you’re a paralegal or legal assistant who assists multiple attorneys or solo-practitioner attorney without support staff, it is a task that can take a significant amount of your weekly or daily time. (more…)

12 Reasons Attorneys and Legal Professionals Register for MyVeritext

All Connor Reporting, a Veritext company, clients now have access to MyVeritext. As a member of the Vertitext team, we have access to many new and innovative services and technologies. 


Advanced Case Exhibits: Save Hours of Case Exhibit Management Time

Case exhibits.

From what we have heard from our clients, managing case exhibits takes way more time and energy than it should at most law firms.

Organizing, finding, searching, efficiently using, sending securely…

This is why Veritext created Advanced Case Exhibits (ACE). As a Veritext company, Connor Reporting is pleased to now provide Advanced Case Exhibits (ACE) to clients.


Time Management Strategies for Lawyers and Paralegals

In the legal world, long hours are to be expected no matter your professional role. Lawyers and paralegals are particularly known for putting in overtime, with both often working 60+ hours per week. Lawyers, for example, may bill their clients 40-50 hours per week which requires another 40-50 hours of supplemental work, putting their workweek at a minimum of 80 hours.

Best Reads for Lawyers in 2019

Law and reading have always gone hand in hand. With the amount of words flying around in your day-to-day job, it’s sometimes easy to forget that legal reading doesn’t only have to be for work.


Participate With Us to Provide Meals for Those in Need Through Feeding America

Connor Reporting, a Veritext company, is proud to participate in this year’s Feeding America campaign. When a deposition is scheduled and the FEEDUSA19 code is used, Veritext donates 10 meals to Feeding America. We are thrilled that many of our clients have already participated! Initially, this year’s campaign was going to run through August 31, 2019. Due to the high level of involvement from you and other clients across the nation, the campaign has been extended through September 30, 2019.


Order in the Court: How Stenographers and Court Reporters Remain Relevant in Today’s High-Tech Environment

If you’ve ever watched a courtroom drama on TV, you’ve probably seen someone sitting off to the side, tapping diligently on a strange little machine that looks something like a typewriter. If so, then you’ve seen court reporting in action. Despite the increasing availability of digital recording over the past 25 years, licensed court reporters still play a large part in courtroom proceedings, depositions, and appeals.