Credit: Palmer Recovery Attorneys
(Folsom, California) July 24, 2019
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new areas of practice page. Here, attorneys have access to a comprehensive database of legal fields that any number of their members may specialize in. Court reporters insert a great amount of value to each case they are a part of—however, when court reporters do not have specialized knowledge of certain areas of practice, there can be a learning curve, which can slow down the legal proceedings.
The NNRC understand how detrimental that can be to one’s case. This is why they pride themselves in offering court reporters who specialize in well over a dozen unique areas of practice. When booking a service through the NNRC, attorneys and paralegals do not have to worry about whether or not their court reporting professional can keep up with the difficult nuances and terminology that comes with their field of law.
“Court reporters are the invisible heroes of the court room,” Jasel Patel of Princeton, New Jersey says. “I don’t think people realize just how valuable a good court reporter can be—especially one that specializes in a variety of areas of practice. Reporters who do that can help for a successful case, and firms that employ these court reporters are staples of the legal world.”
For over 30 years the National Network Reporting Company has provided quality court reporting services to professionals across the world. With their high standards of accuracy, efficiency, and customer service, only the best of the best firms are accepted as members. When booking with the NNRC, attorneys know their case is in good hands.
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