Court Stenographers the people you see typing as the court proceedings are in progress.  These are not your standard typewriter but stenotype machines which can capture court proceedings a lot faster than normal typing due to shorthand characters.  At the end of each hearing, all stenographs are transcribed to the English language in print form and disseminated to court-authorized persons and become part of the court archives.

Court Stenographer Resume Template

Vincent G. San Marino

Glendale, LA, California

Phone: (818) 6877-9033

snamarinovincentg@ycmail.com

Objective

To be part of a Court Stenographer for a metropolitan or municipal trial court

Summary of Qualification

  • More than 6 years experience as a court stenographer with 270-300 words per minute capability using stenotype machines
  • Excellent organizational skills for archiving and retrieving transcripts.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present: Court Stenographer, Glendale Court of Appeals, CA

  • Record court proceedings with complete accuracy using stenotype machines Transcribe stenographs into printed documents to form part of court archive.
  • Procure 3rd party translators to translate foreign witnesses in real-time
  • Translate transcripts into Braille documents when necessary.
  • Provide copies of transcripts to attorneys, magistrate and persons authorized by the court as well as to the press if needed.
  • Develop the clerical procedures to store and retrieve stenograms and court transcripts.
  • Certify to the authenticity of stenographs and transcripts when asked for.

Education

2005:  Passed the registered Professional Reporter exams administered by the Court Reporting and Recording Board of Review for the state of California

2002 – 2005:  BA Commerce, New York State University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request

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