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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE ILCRA BOARD MEETING
The ILCRA Executive Board will be meeting on Saturday, April 7 from 1-4 p.m. at Midstate College in Peoria, IL. ILCRA members are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OFFICIALS
As you may know, theAdministrative Regulationswere updated on July 1, 2017, and are now available on our website for viewing, downloading, and/or printing at the link below (under Resource Documents):
The Governor of the great state of Illinois signed a proclamation naming February 11-18 the National Court Reporting and Captioning Week. The proclamation mentions the amazing work reporters and captioners do and the value of our members.
Court Reporters Needed: Job Openings
State of Wisconsin (1/2018) - Official Court Reporters. Several positions available. Click herefor more information.
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Audio Backup Tapes
An ILCRA member contacted us regarding case law dealing with court reporter's audio tapes. For more information, you may contact the ILCRA Board for case law stating the reporter's audio backup tapes are the reporter's personal property to which the public has no entitlement. NCRA Advisory Opinion No. 38 can be located here.NCRA Advisory Opinion 38