The National Court Reporters Association, or NCRA, is an organization for the advancement of the profession of the court reporter, closed captioner, and realtime writer. The association holds annual conventions, seminars and forums, speed and real-time contests, and teachers' workshops to assist court reporters.

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  • The National Court Reporters Association, or NCRA, is an organization for the advancement of the profession of the court reporter, closed captioner, and realtime writer. The association holds annual conventions, seminars and forums, speed and real-time contests, and teachers' workshops to assist court reporters. Reporters can join NCRA for a fee that varies depending on whether the applicant is a student, teacher, or reporter.Membership allows a reporter to take the certifications, get discounts on conventions, attend conferences, and have access to a network of other professionals in the field. (en)
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  • 1899-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 20,000 (en)
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  • Court reporting industry
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  • Journal of Court Reporting
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  • The National Court Reporters Association, or NCRA, is an organization for the advancement of the profession of the court reporter, closed captioner, and realtime writer. The association holds annual conventions, seminars and forums, speed and real-time contests, and teachers' workshops to assist court reporters. (en)
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  • National Court Reporters Association (en)
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  • National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) (en)
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