Welcome to Virginia Court Reporters Association (VCRA)
Virginia Court Reporters Association (VCRA) has been assisting court reporters in enhancing their skills for over 35 years. Founded in 1967, the association stands as a leader in education and legislative representation serving members from throughout the state.Learn more
Stand Up For Virginia Court Reporters
The 2019 General Assembly session is in full swing, and the bill requiring Virginia court reporters to be licensed (SB 1441) is being considered. This bill is very important because it would ensure that all court reporters in Virginia can demonstrate that they are skilled, dedicated reporters who hold the record sacred, which is the right of all litigants. We need your help in letting all of our representatives know that we support this bill.
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Virginia's New Legislation
As of July 1st, Virginia's new legislation (formerly known as SB 545) is in effect.
VCRA Position Statement
The VCRA takes the following position regarding the formation of the Virginia Board for Court Reporters (VBCR):
The Virginia Court Reporters Association continues to explore other ways we can promote court reporting, but we need the assistance of more reporters.
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We are a nonprofit Virginia corporation dedicated to promoting the profession of court reporting and the general welfare and mutual professional interests of Virginia's freelance and official court reporters.