This text provides a basic understanding of legal vocabulary for administrative personnel in a legal office. Over 900 terms commonly used in the legal profession are included. Users will learn to define the terms and use them in a legal context. Keyboarding practice from printed copy will reinforce learning the correct spelling and proper use of each term.
Do you want to work from home and make an excellent income in a career that offers variety and flexibility and can be started with very little expense? General transcription is one of the few home-based job opportunities that not only offers these things, but also welcomes newbies.
If you're looking for a book that shows you how to snag transcription gigs on Amazon's MTurk and make minimum wage, then this is NOT the book for you. However, if you're looking for a book that will help you establish yourself in a work at home career in transcription, where you'll earn an excellent income and set your own hours, then Jump-Start Your Work at Home General Transcription Career is exactly what you need. Lisa Mills, an experienced general transcriptionist and publisher of work-at-home site Work at Home Mom Revolution, shares everything you need to know to get started in this exciting career.
This ebook also includes valuable resources, including a list of 60 general transcription companies hiring home-based transcriptionists (with links).
Students learn the requirements of various careers in the court system. Includes photos, bibliography, glossary, index, list of organizations, resources, and web sites.
Are you looking for a more engaging, meaningful, and prestigious career? Would you like control over your income and schedule? Have you been searching for, but been unable to find a satisfying career that provides these qualities?
Features: * Cost, time, and requirements of each method of training * Definitions of industry jargon/terminology * Information about necessary equipment * State certification requirements * Job description, outlook, and employment strategies
Benefits: * All the information you need to give you a complete understanding of: * What stenographers, court reporters, and realtime reporters do * What they're paid * The type of environments where they work * The cost and types of training available * The state certification requirements * The required equipment so you can create a new, lucrative career and life for yourself
Court Reporters -those who record courtroom legal proceedings and then transcribe them into writing- are a growing subspecialty in the field of legal administration. With the increasing volume of litigation in U.S. courts, the duties of all reporters have become more complex and their ranks increasingly professionalized.
This book serves as an introduction to the business of legal reporting and a guide to those involved in managing reporters - both those who work for court jurisdictions and those who work on a freelance or contract business for independent firms specializing in legal reporting services.
This new edition of Paradigm's popular Legal Transcription textbook teaches the most current practices for transcribing and revising any legal document with correct formatting, punctuation, and spelling. Formatting and terminology skills using illustrations of legal documents. Real-world projects dictated on accompanying CD using both national and international accents and dialects. Discussion of legal office procedures related to legal transcription activities.