Court Reporter and Firm Owner Kim Neeson Honoured by NCRA
Kim Neeson, founder and president of Neesons Court Reporting, will be named a Fellow of the Academy of Reporting Professionals (NCRA) on August 6th in Chicago, the NCRA has announced.
"It is quite an honour to be recognized by your peers in this way through an international organization," Neeson tells AdvocateDaily.com
She is one of six to receive the honour this year at the NCRA convention.
A Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters is a professional distinction conferred upon a person of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in the field of shorthand reporting, the NCRA website explains.
“Candidates for Fellowship are required to have been in the active practice of reporting for at least 10 years and to have attained distinction as measured by performance (which includes publication of important papers, creative contributions, service on committees or boards, teaching, etc.)," it says.
Neeson will also be a member of three panels at the Chicago convention on the following topics: Computer Organization for Court Reporters, In the Cloud Computing, and Social Media Gone Wrong.
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