November brings my favorite holiday of the year, Thanksgiving. It’s not about gifts. It’s about family. It’s about food. It’s about Black Friday shopping just to be out together at 4 o’clock in the morning for no better reason than to hang out. It’s a good time to look back and think about what you’re thankful for in your life. It may be health. It may be a job. It may be licensure. It could be as simple as breathing in each day or as complex as looking back and watching how one life-changing moment during the year has changed your life by the end of the year. Whatever it is, it’s never too large or too small to be thankful about.
The Important Relationship Between the Essential Court Reporter and the Mercurial Judge
At the NCRA convention in San Francisco this weekend, the Honorable Kent Hamlin, Fresno County Superior Court, presented a seminar with CCRA Past President Lesia Mervin entitled “The Important Relationship Between the Essential Court Reporter and the Mercurial Judge.”
On Monday, March 24, 2014, CCRA held a legislative reception at Mayahuel restaurant in Sacramento. In attendance were state legislators, legislative staffers, past and present CCRA board members, court reporters from the Sacramento courts, the NCCRA, several students, and a judge.
Are you looking to get your name out there for lawyers and court reporting firms to report civil trials? As a firm owner, are you looking to hire a court reporter in your area to cover civil trials? CCRA has compiled the resource for you. This Official Reporter Resource Listing will be distributed to courts and bar associations. CCRA will actively promote this resource listing to bar associations and courts throughout the state.
It’s not too late to sign up and add your name to the Official Reporter Resource listing.
CCRA is an association that promotes the connectedness of reporters. We pride ourselves on having a vision that joins the interests of ALL court reporters.