Helping Court Reporters Showcase Their Transcripts

All my life I have loved reading; now I’m doing it professionally.

I’ve recently completed Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice, a rigorous study of proofreading court transcripts and how to help court reporters to showcase their best work. These documents are maintained for years, and they need to be impeccably reviewed to capture the errors that could result in embarrassment and the loss of future business.

My training included scrutinizing more than 3500 transcript pages for errors in punctuation, spelling, and formatting using Morson’s English for Court Reporters, Margie Wakeman Wells’ Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation, The Gregg Reference Manual, and online research skills.

Your transcript is safe with me.



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