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Just when I thought this might be an easy December, I receive an e-mail this morning about an order of four days of a hearing back in 2017. 😀 I should have known it was too early to call it … Continue reading
In the month of June, I’ve had a lot of steno firsts (thus still no time to blog freely). I’ve had someone who was visually impaired bring in a guide dog as part of an examination
Today I had my first *look above at the title*. It was quite short I guess? It went from 10 to 4 p.m. and since I had mentally prepared and anticipated it going until 5 p.m., I was surprised it … Continue reading
There were two witnesses in today’s steno job. The parties had requested a split monitor with HDMI cable capabilities and also a large screen with a projector. It was the first time I had a job with a tech request … Continue reading
Today, I had a student court reporter job shadow me for the first time! 😀 Originally, I thought it was going to be the one I had previously taught back in my CCVS days, but it turned out it was … Continue reading
This was a crazy week of steno adventures. 😀 :O It started on Monday. I was supposed to sit on the same matter for all five days this week (a feat that I still haven’t achieved yet — earlier this … Continue reading
Today was a hectic day. First, we started off with the penalty hearing of the below job. Normally I don’t disclose the cases that I work on for privacy reasons but this is a public record and the main premise … Continue reading
One of the coolest things about being a stenographer is that every day is different and you might get to work out of new locations! Today, I worked in this office which was all about land surveying. All around the … Continue reading