Dispelling the Illusion of New Technology
Recorded On: 07/23/2022
Fact: There is no better methodology of making a legal record than a stenographer. None. Your clients are being bombarded with claims of "new" technology and promises of cheaper and better access. What's the real story behind the hype? How do we continue to maintain and expand our STRONG position as the gold standard when making legal records? Many new laws and best practices of maintaining, protecting and certifying the information we are entrusted with are emerging. STRONG is here to provide you all the tools necessary to sharpen your skills, broaden your knowledge and educate your consumers. You don't want to miss this one!
Total CEU: 0.125
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Sue A.Terry, is a freelance court reporter from Springfield, Ohio and is a previous President of the NCRA Board. She holds the nationally recognized professional certifications of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), and Certified Realtime Captioner (CRC). She is also a Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters (FAPR).During her tenure as 2018-2019 NCRA President Terry steered the Association toward a new direction as part of new, three-pillar strategic plan. Accomplishments under her leadership included the launch of NCRA 2.0, an effort to emphasize the Association's advocacy efforts for members, increasing transparency, strengthening our government relations team, and, most importantly, highly valuing its members' voices.
Stacey Raikes, RMR, CRR, Strong Chairperson, and NCRF Angel, is a 24-year veteran stenographer, both freelance and official, with a passion for all things steno.
Lisa Migliore Black
Migliore & Associates®
Lisa Migliore Black is the owner of Migliore & Associates®, a freelance court reporting and videography firm located in Louisville, Kentucky. Lisa currently serves as immediate past president for the Kentucky Court Reporters Association, is a member of the NCRA Strong Committee, serves as an NCRA Brand Ambassador, and is co-founder of Court Reporting Reliance. In the past, she has served on the National Congress of State Associations Governing Committee, Task Force for Contracting, Ethics First, Freelance Community of Interest, and Election Committee for NCRA; the Ethics Committee, Legislative Committee, and Anti-Contracting Committee for KYCRA; and the Public Relations Committee for OCRA. Additional volunteer projects include the A to Z program, TRAIN, Veterans History Project, and pro bono service for the Innocence Project. Lisa has delivered presentations and authored articles on topics ranging from ethics, contracting, digital reporting, automated speech recognition, and cybersquatting for NCRA and many state associations.
You can follow her blog at https://miglioreassociates.com/blog/