Inspiring future court reporters is what Rosalie Kramm does best. This time, she heads to San Marcos High School in San Diego.
Great fun was had by all this past September at a Criminal Justice high school class in San Diego. In her continued efforts to inspire future court reporters, Rosalie Kramm, principal from Kramm Court Reporting, a Veritext Company, stopped by San Marcos High School to talk about this great profession.
While there, she explained the role of court reporters in the legal system and demonstrated the magical machine used in the high-tech profession of court reporting and captioning. Following the presentation, students had a blast giving her steno machine a test run.
ABOUT ROSALIE KRAMM
Rosalie Kramm began her career as a court reporter and owner/operator of Kramm Court Reporting in San Diego, California over 30 years ago, before joining Veritext Legal Solutions, the national leader in deposition services. She sat on the Court Reporters Board of California with the Department of Consumer Affairs from 2013 through 2018, and has served as president of the Deposition Reporters Association of California, Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting, and General Reporters Association of San Diego. Kramm is a Certified Court Reporter in California and holds the national license of Certified Realtime Reporter. She also is a certified LiveNote trainer and frequent presenter for advanced workshops on the use of interactive real-time software, including Realtime with LiveNote, Summation and Bridge. She also serves on the board of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.