Did you know that in Oklahoma it is illegal to promote a horse tipping event? When you become a court reporter you’ll get to know a lot about the serious side of the legal system and join part of a dedicated team. Oklahoma City and Tulsa are just two of the cool cities where you can find court reporting schools. Many schools also offer online courses so that you can study at your own pace. Search our listings for an Oklahoma court reporter school today.
As an Oklahoma court reporter, you will:
- Transcribe court proceedings
- Assist trial attorneys and judges
- Find information from official records
- Prepare and manage documents
Some career figures for court reporting professionals in Oklahoma:
- Average annual salary: $29,130
- Currently employed: 110
- Employment outlook: 14% Growth over the next ten years
- Most popular degrees: Associate’s, Certificate
Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.
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