Comment by Kristie | Saturday, February 2, 2008I am looking to get into the scoping field; do you have any advice on how to get started?
Comment by zeta20 | Thursday, January 17, 2008I’m a Court Reporter student attending Miami Dade Community College using Phoenix in real-time. You blog has been helpful and this is a courtesy message thanking you for the information. Two different mentors have tried to find time to help through the NCRA’s recommendation. Both of them wanted to communicate over the telephone which is difficult for me between my classes and job.
Comment by Todd Olivas | Friday, January 18, 2008Thank you for the encouragement. I really appreciate it! If there’s anything that you think I should add to this site to make it more useful, please let me know. Best of luck. And remember: no matter how hard it may seem some days… the payoff IS worth it in the end.
Comment by Diane Wimmer | Sunday, September 21, 2008
I am a scopist/transcriptionist from Middleton, Wisconsin (Madison) who enjoys doing depositions of any kind or length. I have been trained in Phoenix and CaseCat theory, can read both and use Eclipse Edit Station for editing.
For several months, I have been transcribing and scoping online for two court reporters in New Mexico and Mississippi. One of my court reporters is retiring from service.
diane53713 (at) yahoo.com
Comment by Laurie Starkweather | Wednesday, June 30, 2010I am trying to change my phone number and e-mail address on my posting and I can`t seem to do it. My new number is 386-265-4429. My e-mail address is ARISTARK3@AOL.COM.
Comment by Laurie Starkweather | Friday, October 7, 2011
•.I am an honest, dedicated and hardworking individual. I`m
conscientious and thorough in my work. I have extensive
experience in the court reporting, typing and scoping fields.
I take tremendous pride in the quality of my finished product.
• Court reporter from 1987-2002 working as a freelance court reporter
for ARI Reporting in New York, NY. Moved to Florida in 2002 where I
opened a scoping agency with four girls who were trained under my
• Fluent in many notereading theories.
• I work with Wordperfect, Premier Power and Case Catalyst.
• I can type using Expresscribe, FTR.
• Every transcript, after being transcribed is then printed out
for a final proofreading. A great amount of effort goes into each
and every transcript I produce. I would welcome the opportunity
to be able to work for you.
• I do criminal, medical malpractice,
liability and hearings. Our expertise is very broad, so feel
free to inquire.
• We are physically located in Florida, but through fax and e-mail we
are capable of doing work from all states.
Comment by Camilla Motyl | Thursday, July 6, 2017Good afternoon, Mr. Olivas,
This is regarding the information on your blog on www.toddolivas.com. Am interested in scoping job, currently doing CR internship. Am dedicated, hardworking. I have Case Catalyst, but can covert to PDF with assistance. Am ready to help today. Please contact me at the following:
Thank you for your consideration.
Comment by ina Schleimer | Thursday, October 4, 2018I am a scopist looking for some work. I have been in the field for 30 plus years. My reporter just retired.
I work on CaseCatayst 17.
Please get in touch, thank you, all.