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Depositions are like interviews - former legal

Posted: Aug 16th, 2021 - 1:36 pm In Reply to: Not all Legal is Interviews - Anon

Transcription services these days want people who have a wide range of knowledge in multiple areas. The services may take on a wide range of work. I trained for legal transcription in a law office and then worked for online companies transcribing at various times depositions, court hearings, jail interviews, undercover agent actions, telephone interviews with insurance clients, attorney correspondence, attorney legal documents. I learned medical transcription along the way, so I can't claim to have switched from medical to legal. It was the other way around. Some legal interviews are in a law office. Some are in a restaurant. Some may be via phone or these days Zoom. There can be a wide range of audio quality depending on the clients the transcription company has. Medically-related legal transcription can be great for MTs, except when it is not.

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