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Not all Legal is Interviews - Anon

Posted: Aug 13th, 2021 - 4:15 pm In Reply to: Legal transcription - has anyone transitioned to it and had - problems, didnt do well with it? SM

You can work as a legal transcriptionist for Court Reporting Services that hire for transcribing court proceedings/trials, e.g., grand jury hearings, depositions, immigration hearings, arbitrations, bankruptcy hearings, family law, etc. Could be attorney voice mail recordings as well, and very minimal police interviews, usually no multiple speaker recordings. And this is usually totally differentiated too from strict "law enforcement" type transcription. This would definitely not be the same as focus groups, research panels, meetings, etc., or strict interview type of work. Search for court reporting services and check out their hiring options.


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