Court Recorder CV
Court Recorders are akin to Court Stenographers except that they have a wider scope of options in capturing court proceedings. Unlike the latter who are trained to handle stenograph typing machines, Court Recordings can harness more modern technologies such as video and audio recorders, both analog and digital, and then transcribe them in printable documents.
Court Recorder CV Format
Lana T. Prescott
Live Oak St., Dallas, Texas
Phone: (214) 687-8997
To work as a Court Recorder for a large metropolitan or district appeals court
2003 – Present: Sr. Court Recorder, Dallas 4th District Appellate Court
- Observe scheduled court trials and hearings to allow sufficient time to prepare the court premises for unhampered audio recording.
- Supervise technicians to install the court microphones in their right place and toe check that all recording appliance are in good working order.
- Annotate into the recorded material the name and circumstance of the person being recorded.
- Review and transcribe audio recordings into printable text and reproduce them for approval of the judge as a legal court document.
- Distribute copies of the transcripts to parties concerned.
Skills and Qualification
- Passed the registered Professional Reporter licensure administered by the Court Reporting and Recording Board of Review for the state of Texas
- 12 years of experience in as court recorder staring as a substitute court stenographer with the last 5 years assigned to use digital audio recording technology
- Above average organizational skills for administering legal court records
- Excellent command of stenographic and digital recording devices
1998 – Present: Seminars and workshops on stenograph operation and the latest digital trends in audio recording technologies and their relevant application in courts
1996 – 1998: Associate in Audio Recording, Louisiana Technical College, Tallulah Campus
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request
Category: Legal Services CV