British Columbia Shorthand Reporters Association

The BCSRA is a non-profit, member-funded, professional association serving British Columbia's court/realtime reporters, CART providers, and broadcast captioners.

2021 Fall Conference

October 16

The BCSRA's fall conference will take place on October 16, 2021. Guest presenter Ana Fatima Costa will be speaking on the art of interruption and speaking up for the record, followed by the annual general meeting. Attendees of the AGM will receive a credit of $50 toward their 2021-2022 membership dues.

Confirm Your

Official Reporter

To provide court reporting services for the Supreme Court of British Columbia, a court reporter must be designated an Official Reporter by the Attorney General of BC. Check the Official Reporter list prior to your discovery to ensure your court reporter is appropriately designated.

Join the BCSRA

Whether you are a BC court reporter, CART captioner, or broadcast captioner, you can enjoy the many benefits of the British Columbia Shorthand Reporters Association.

Accept No Substitutes

To provide court reporting services for the Supreme Court of British Columbia, a court reporter must be designated an Official Reporter by the Attorney General of BC.

NCRA A to Z Program

If you are interested in the many career opportunities of shorthand writers, try the free six- to eight-week NCRA A to Z® Program, now offered by the BCSRA.

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