Washington Court Reporters Association

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Description The mission of the Washington Court Reporters Association is to promote the profession of court reporting. It is the objective of this professional association to maintain a membership base composed of court reporters, Communication Access Realtime Translators (CART), and captioners whose values are consistent with the ethical standards promulgated by the NCRA Code of Professional Ethics.

WCRA represents its members in the state legislature on issues impacting court reporting, CART, and captioning.
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Submission Date 12/20/10 (Edited 12/21/10)



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