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- September 18, 2015ISRA Annual Convention
Mission Statement: Indiana Shorthand Reporters Association is committed to promoting, advancing and maintaining the highest standards of verbatim reporting, quality services, professional ethics, and advocating continuing education, as well as the utilization of state-of-the-art technology to ensure that the spoken word is preserved and protected for all citizens, litigants, hearing-impaired persons and the judiciary through skill, technology, impartiality and professionalism in the State of Indiana. Members, log in to access members-only content.
NEW JOB POSTING! There is another great opportunity! Please see the Job Postings section for more information. It’s a great time to be a court reporter!
Anxiety-riddled horripilation…Go Badgers! @NIGEL_HAYES @marchmadness @BadgerMBB — INCourtReporters (@INSRA_REPORTERS) April 6, 2015