Taylor Kentucky Court Reporters Blog

Kentucky Court Reporters, Depositions, and Interpreters

2019-09-26T09:37:11-04:00September 28th, 2017|News|

Kentucky Court Reporters, Depositions, and Interpreters Kentucky court reporters are sometimes called to report depositions or other legal proceedings where an interpreter is used, and we're sometimes asked by our clients to help find a qualified interpreter.  That's when we at Taylor Court Reporters Louisville KY and Taylor Court Reporters Lexington KY turn to the [...]

Successful Court Reporters Use Networking to Succeed

2019-09-26T09:37:11-04:00February 13th, 2017|Articles|

Court Reporters Should Network For Success One of the most important building blocks to a successful career is networking, keeping up with old connections and building new ones. You may be completely content in your current position, but in today’s ever-changing employment landscape networking should be one of your top priorities. Connections and opportunities are all [...]

Court Reporters, Come Work with Us!

2019-09-26T09:37:11-04:00January 24th, 2017|News|

Growing Kentucky Court Reporting Firm Could Use Your Help! Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky is owned and operated by court reporters so we know just how hard the job of a court reporter can be. Keep reading

Kentucky Court Holidays 2017

2017-05-19T12:28:18-04:00January 22nd, 2017|News|

Court reporters in Kentucky should remember these dates when planning and scheduling their calendars this year. The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts shows the following days on their State Holiday Calendar: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 16 Spring Holiday, one-half day, Friday, April 14 Memorial Day, Monday, May 29 Independence Day, Tuesday, July [...]

Court Reporters Vote Online

2019-09-26T09:37:11-04:00August 3rd, 2016|News|

Court Reporters Vote Your Future If you're not going to Chicago for the National Court Reporters Association annual convention, #NCRA16, and you'd like to vote online for five constitution & bylaws amendments, as well as vice president, secretary-treasurer, and one director's seat, it's as easy as 1, 2, 3. Follow the steps below and vote [...]

Go to Top