Court Reporter Benefits

Why Go Freelance?

It’s no doubt that freelance court reporting has its benefits: you can set your own schedule, you can determine and set your own rates, and you have the freedom to decide the types of services you wish to provide.

Going freelance means you’re finding your clients and building your repertoire all on your own, but at times, this can be a costly challenge. eCourt Reporters was created to make this step much easier for both you and schedulers across all 50 states. By signing up with eCourt Reporters, attorneys and agencies can find you based on your location, rates, certifications, and availability – all at the click of a button. The best part? It’s FREE to list your profile. No sign up fee. No subscription fees.

 

Sign Up In Just Four Easy Steps:

  • Sign Up: Create an account for free. Just follow the instructions on screen.
  • Create a Profile: eCourt Reporters allows you to fill in your credentials, availability, and rates. Check out our video tutorial if you need assistance
  • Get booked! Once your profile is set up, attorneys can book directly with you.
  • Get paid: After your invoice is paid, eCourt Reporters sends your check – we only retain 5% of your payment when you do your own production.

To view Terms of Use Agreement for court reporters or videographers, click here.

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Testimonials

  • “Partnering with eCourtReporters has allowed me to grow my business and do it on my own terms.  I’ve gained a valuable client who has booked me over 20 times in the past year! Karen and Judy are always available to help and keep the lines of communication open. I highly recommend eCourtReporters for all legal professionals.”

    Janice Burness
    RPR, CRR
  • “eCourt Reporters is solving a real problem in the legal industry… I’m excited to watch them disrupt a space that has remained virtually untouched for decades.”

    Adrienne Palm
    Director of gBETA
  • “With eCourt Reporters, I’m in control of my schedule and my rates. Attorneys have control over the specific court reporter to be assigned. It’s a win/win for everyone. Fabulous concept!!”

    Sue Taylor
    Court Reporter