There are some common myths about Naegeli Reporting Services that you may or may not have heard if you work or have worked in the legal industry. Here are just a couple of those myths and the truth behind them.
The first common myth that many people believe about court reporting is that reporters are really just glorified typists, that somehow if a person can type fast, they can be a court reporter. The reality is that professional reporters have to receive extensive education and training to do what they do. In addition, reporting is often done in intense, high stress situations. It is therefore very important for reporters to be able to work well under pressure and keep cool.
One of the other myths about court reporting is that these professionals only work in legal settings, such as for legal depositions and in court. Based on the name of the profession, this assumption is understandable. However, reporters can work for many different clients to transcribe business meetings, religious services, various conferences, and any meeting where someone will be speaking.
There are many more myths about Seattle court reporters that you should be aware of if you are ever conducting meetings, hosting conferences, or anything else for which you might want to hire someone to transcribe the proceedings. These are just two but if you feel you can benefit from a reporting firm, give one a call to see whether their services might be right for you.