Court Reporters serving greater Phoenix and Scottsdale


Links

Glennie Reporting Services has been building legal industry-related relationships since opening in 1992.  For your convenience, we have listed some links to such valuable resources.

We welcome your feedback as to how these websites have served you and would appreciate any suggestions for additional links.

We hope we have been of service to you.


 

Naitonal Court Reporters Association National Court Reporters Association (NCRA)
NCRA is internationally recognized as the leading organization working on behalf of its members. Through its large, active and involved membership, the Association has substantial impact on legislative issues and the global marketplace.
Arizona Court Reporters Association Arizona Court Reporters Association (ACRA)
The ACRA website has information pertaining to being a court reporter in Arizona, including a calendar of certification exams, online membership listing, and news updates on stories that directly impact our profession.
Forensic Video Deposition Services
FVDS offers many deposition related video services such as videotape to CD-Rom conversion, videotape editing & duplication using professional analog and digital cameras.
AZ Central AZCentral.com (current events and news)
Your online source for both local and national new stories. Web presence for the Arizona Republic and KPNX Channel 12 in Phoenix.
RealLegal RealLegal.com (E-Transcript)
RealLegal is the legal community’s leading provider of litigation and practice management software and services. For over 20 years, they have been developing innovative solutions to help legal professionals manage the complex world of law by working smarter, not harder.
Arizona Supreme Court State Certification / Regulatory Information – Arizona Supreme Court
Online information from the Arizona Supreme Court on court reporting including state certification, regulations, and exams.
Arizona Association of Defense Counsel Arizona Association of Defense Counsel
The Arizona Association of Defense Counsel (AADC) is a non-profit organization that was established in April, 1965. AADC is composed of defense attorneys who practice primarily in the area of civil defense litigation. AADC is dedicated to the education of its members and the judiciary and increasing community awareness of positive aspects of the legal profession.
Need An Assistant Need an Assistant
NeedanAssistant.com specializes in working with small business owners who need professional assistance with tasks just a few hours per week.
100 Club of Arizona 100 Club – Supporting Police and Fire Fighters
The 100 Club responds with financial support to families of police officers and firefighters when tragedy strikes.