Vermont Court Reporting Schools

 

               

Information regarding the practice of court reporting in Vermont is quite limited.  According to the State Department of Labor, there is no licensing requirement for court reporters in Vermont.  In an Office of Legislative Research report written by Christopher Reinhart, Esq., for the State of Connecticut General Assembly, Vermont Court Administrator Lee Suskin states that there has been a shifting away from using court reporters towards using audio and video recording equipment.  That practice has been attempted in various jurisdictions throughout the nation in an effort to reduce costs, but that goal is not necessarily the result, as stated in this article.  Though there does appear to be a group called the “Vermont Court Reporters Association” operating in Vermont, contact information is not readily available through Internet searches.  There are, however, a number of court reporting firms and freelance court reporters currently providing services in Vermont.

Presently there are no physical campuses in Vermont offering court reporter training.  Many options are available, though, through online programs.  Reputable educational institutions around the country now offer full training programs which can be completed at home through the Internet.

Becoming a Court Reporter in Vermont

Because there is no licensing requirement in Vermont, after completing training, a court reporting graduate can begin seeking employment.  Though certification is not required, this should be a goal for any court reporter.  Many firm owners are reluctant to hire court reporters with no certification.  Court reporter jobs listed by the Vermont Judicial Branch require a candidate to have passed the National Court Reporters Association’s Registered Professional Reporter exam.  

The United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the following information about the occupation of court reporting in the state of Vermont.  Keep in mind, however, that these estimates do not include self-employed workers, which make up a significant portion of court reporters in Vermont.

Employment:  (unavailable)
Hourly Mean Wage:  $21.20
Annual Mean Wage:  $43,720

 

 

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