North Carolina Court Reporting Resources

Industry Associations and Government Resources – Legal Support

North Carolina Court Reporters Association (stenotype reporters)

North Carolina Verbatim Reporters Association (stenomask reporters)

National Court Reporters Association (stenotype reporters)

National Verbatim Reporters Association (stenomask reporters)

North Carolina Association of Professional Process Servers

North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State – Notary Public Section

North Carolina Paralegal Association


State and Local Bar Associations

North Carolina State Bar

North Carolina Bar Association

Wake County Bar Association (RaleighCary | Morrisville | Holly Springs | Wendell  | Apex | Fuquay-Varina | Wake Forest | Rolesville | Garner | Zebulon | Knightdale)

Mecklenburg County Bar (Charlotte | Huntersville | Davidson | Matthews | Cornelius | Mint Hill | Pineville)

Greensboro Bar Association (Greensboro)

Forsyth County Bar Association (Winston-Salem | Kernersville | High Point [part, also Guilford County])

Durham County Bar Association (Durham)

Cumberland County Bar Association (Fayetteville)

New Hanover County Bar Association (Wilmington)


What Do Court Reporters Do?

U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook

U.S. Federal Courts Career Profiles (video)

Legal Research Resources

North Carolina General Statutes via North Carolina General Assembly website

North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings Rules

North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure

Office of the North Carolina Appellate Reporter

North Carolina Court System Local Rules

North Carolina Industrial Commission (Attorneys’ Page)

North Carolina State Bar Rules


North Carolina Law Schools

Campbell University | Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

Charlotte School of Law

Duke University School of Law

Elon University School of Law

North Carolina Central University School of Law

University of North Carolina School of Law

Wake Forest University School of Law


Other Resources of Interest

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings Rules

Supreme Court of the United States

Duke Law Journal

North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology

Campbell Law Review

Wake Forest Law Review

American Bar Association


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