Louisiana Board of Examiners of Certified Shorthand Reporters

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The United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana is seeking an Official Court Reporter

The United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana is a public service-oriented organization focused on providing exceptional customer service to the court, members of the legal community, and the general public. Currently, we are seeking an innovative and experienced individual to serve as an Official Court Reporter. The duty station for this position will be in the Lafayette Division.

Application packages must be emailed to: Charlotte_Deville@lawd.uscourts.gov and will not be considered complete unless all items have been received. Incomplete application packets will disqualify an applicant from further consideration. Receipt will be acknowledged via return email. This position is open until filled.

For more information on this position click the pdf here: United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana


United States District Court Eastern District is Seeking a Full-Time Court Reporter

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time permanent position of Official Court Reporter. Official Court Reporters are appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the court and must comply with the requirements of the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Court Reporter Management Plan of this Court.

All application material must be submitted ELECTRONICALLY, no exceptions, to: HRadmin@laed.uscourts.gov

For more information on this position click the pdf here: United States District Court Eastern District


United States District Court Eastern District is Seeking a Part-Time Court Reporter

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana is seeking qualified applicants for the part-time permanent position of Official Court Reporter. Official Court Reporters are appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the court and must comply with the requirements of the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Court Reporter Management Plan of this Court.

All application material must be submitted ELECTRONICALLY, no exceptions, to: HRadmin@laed.uscourts.gov

For more information on this position click the pdf here: United States District Court Eastern District


The 9th Judicial District Court in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, is seeking a Court Reporter

The 9th Judicial District Court in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, is looking to hire a court reporter.  This position is salary based and full time with applicable benefits.

Candidates must possess a CCR or CDR and be in good standing with the Louisiana Court Reporter Board. Candidates should be proficient in the preparation of transcripts with established formats and be familiar with courtroom proceedings.

Annual Salary – $40,933.62

CLE, insurance and license renewals paid by the 9th JDC.

Please send resume’ or inquiries to hlafleur@thjdc.com.


Civil District Court, Orleans Parish, Seeks Two Full-Time Court Reporters

The Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans seeks qualified applications for two full-time vacancies for the position of Official Court Reporter. One vacancy exists in the First City Court, the second vacancy exists on the general jurisdiction docket of the Civil District Court.

Court Reporters are full-time employees with an excellent salary ($63,218) and benefits package that includes annual equipment maintenance and software necessary for the position, office space, etc. The new hires will be expected to capture, maintain and transcribe records of all necessary court proceedings where a record is required.  The Court Reporter will be responsible for and respond to all requests for transcripts in a timely manner.

Please forward your resume and court reporter certification to resumes@orleanscdc.com for consideration. We look forward to your application.


40th Judicial District Court in Edgard, Louisiana, Louisiana is now accepting applications for Official Court Reporter For Division A

Saint John The Baptist, 40th Judicial District Court, Court Reporters are certified and licensed in voice or machine writing (machine writing preferred). They cover all aspects of court reporting: civil, criminal, domestic, juvenile and family court proceedings. This work includes transferring information of a confidential and/or sensitive nature, requiring a high degree of discretion. Each reporter responds to a variety of requests for information from a variety of clients including, but not limited to: judges, law clerks, clerks of court, district attorney’s office, public defender’s office, private attorneys and members of the general public associated with the case. Each reporter must possess and demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and interact in a professional manner with all staff levels as well as the general public.

Interested parties must submit a resume to diva@stjohnclerk.org or mail to the address below:

Goldie Rainey
Judicial Assistant to Honorable Judge Vercell Fiffie P.O. Box 277
Edgard, Louisiana 70049

For more information on this position click the pdf here: 40th Judicial District Court in Edgard, Louisiana


19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is now accepting applications for four Certified Court Reporters to fill full-time positions.

The positions are for full-time employees with a full salary plus benefits as well as reimbursement for continuing education, license renewal, and seals. The Court further provides maintenance of bonds, office space, essential equipment and software for job performance, and a court liaison to mediate between attorneys regarding transcript request. Courts covered will be criminal and civil. The new hire will be expected to perform highly responsible duties of recording and transcribing verbatim records of judicial trials, conferences, hearings or any other court proceedings where a record is required and be fully responsible for the preparation of a complete and accurate record of proceedings which may involve highly technical terminology used in a number of different fields.

For more information on this position click the pdf here: 19th Judicial District Court Certified Court Reporters


3rd Judicial District Court (Lincoln and Union Parishes) is now accepting applications for a Court Reporter position with our Division A Judge.

The position is for a CCR and/or CDR licensed employee.  The position includes benefits as well as reimbursement for continuing education, license renewal, and seals.  The court further provides maintenance of bonds, office space, essential equipment, software for job performance and reimbursement of travel expenses.  

Please forward your resume to pdance@lincolnparish.org or call 318-251-5121 and ask for Pam Dance.  

We look forward to hearing from you!


Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office is seeking a Grand Jury Court Reporter 

OPDA is on a mission to increase safety in New Orleans by holding violent offenders accountable for their criminal acts.

One of the strategies employed by District Attorney Williams in this fight has been to utilize the Orleans Parish Grand Jury to issue indictments for the most serious crimes affecting our neighborhoods. OPDA has done so by both increasing the frequency at which prosecutors convene the Regular Grand Jury, and adding a Special Grand Jury. Together, these Grand Juries meet approximately once or twice per week (on Wednesdays and Thursdays), with breaks for holidays.

OPDA is now seeking an in-house team member to report and transcribe these recurring Grand Jury proceedings.

For more information on this position click the pdf here: Grand Jury Court Reporter


Orleans Parish Juvenile Court is Seeking a Certified Court Reporter

The Orleans Parish Juvenile Court is seeking a Certified Court Reporter who can transcribe records verbatim via voice or machine writer of judicial trials, conferences, hearings, or any other court proceedings where a record is required and be fully responsible for the preparation of a complete and accurate record of proceedings . The Court Reporter will be responsible and respond to all requests for transcripts in a timely manner.

Please forward your resume to opjc-resumes@nola.gov for additional information or assistance call 504-658-9612.

For more information on this position click the pdf here: Orleans Parish Juvenile Court


First Judicial District Court of Caddo Parish is Seeking a Full-Time Court Reporter

Shreveport, Louisiana, First Judicial District Court of Caddo Parish is currently seeking two full-time court reporters starting immediately, certified with a LA CSR and/or RPR, machine or voice writers. Benefits include salary and transcript pay along with medical and dental, retirement and a nice reimbursement of your expenses yearly! Great group of reporters, judges and others to work with.  It is a great place to live with plenty to do.

Please send your resume to Her Honor, Judge Katherine Dorroh, at kdorroh@kdorrohlaw.com.   You may also call (318) 226-6834 for more information.