The number of certified court reporters has dropped dramatically during the past 10 years — the result of tough certification requirements and a declining lack of awareness about the profession.

Administrators of court-reporting schools and long-term workers in the field have expressed concern that a decline in the number of court reporters could affect the integrity of judicial proceedings across the nation. They said they are exploring options to attract new students to court-reporting schools or to rely more on electronic equipment.

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