All Professionals Litigation Support Team

Experience with complex, high-profile litigation and quality service has produced many satisfied clients, which include district/municipal courts, attorneys, court reporting agencies, small and world-wide law firms, state and federal departments of justice, and major corporate entities all over the world. The highest standards of excellence in transcript accuracy, production efficiency, timeliness of delivery and customer service are maintained through an ongoing quality assurance program.

Transcriptionist Positions Available

Digital Transcription Services

To be considered for a transcriber position, you must have the following:

  • High-speed internet connection.
  • Any software capable of accessing FTP.
  • WordPerfect (Microsoft Word is not acceptable).
  • WAVpedal or similar device.
  • FTR Player Plus and/or The Record Player.

You must also be a notary public in your home state, be a certified member in good standing of the AAERT and/or IAPRT, and be a citizen of the United States.

We may utilize information obtained from MySpace, Facebook, Google, or any other public source of information, in our determination of your suitability for the preparation of highly confidential court records and other documents.

The majority of the work is court hearings and depositions from multiple jurisdictions across the United States, and the rate of pay varies by project. There are many instances when a higher page rate is available, depending upon the requested turnaround time, but if the turnaround time is not expedited, lower rates apply. Your responsibility would be to transcribe and proofread against the audio court reporter style transcripts from digitally recorded proceedings.

There is a short test that is administered to see if you qualify. It is an actual court hearing of approximately 5 minutes duration, and it is a required element to acceptance for contractor work.

Your original signature on a confidentiality and non-compete agreement as well as a Form W-9 would be required.