Credit: Law Practice Today
Beovich, Walter & Friend is pleased to announce our page on frequently asked questions about court reporting. The page is a great resource for attorneys and paralegals who want to learn a little bit about the world of court reporting, as well as for those who are considering taking court reporting on as a career. On this page, readers can learn more information on:
- How steno-machine keyboards work
- How many words court reporters can write per minute
- How to become a certified court reporter
- …and if court reporters will be replaced by recording devices
Our court reporters are guaranteed to make a positive impact on every attorney’s case. With their dedication to accuracy and quality combat with speed of reporting and superior customer service, attorneys who book a service with BWF Reporters never go back.
“Beovich Walter & Friend sets the standard for quality court reporting services in the Pacific Northwest,” one client says. “All of their reporters are certified and have years of experience in all litigation matters. I can always count on the highest level of professionalism and the most accurate of transcripts, delivered in a timely manner to meet my deadlines. BWF is number one on my list!”
To learn more about what we can do for you, contact us today.