Court Reporters

I ensure that your work is easy to read, punctuation savvy, and mindful of proper formatting.

The proceedings have been documented verbatim, the job has been scoped, and now it’s time for the transcript to be fine-tuned by a proofreader.



Before I look at your work, I ask you to fill out a preference sheet. In order to make appropriate corrections, I use this sheet as well as your preferred reference book (Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters; Margie Wakeman Wells’s Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation; The Gregg Reference Manual; or The Chicago Manual of Style). I also use the Merriam-Webster dictionary.


Your transcript will be corrected in PDF format. I make note of distracting mistakes, such as inconsistent spelling, missing or misused words, and punctuation errors. I pay attention to formatting guidelines to make sure your cover, appearance, index, and certificate pages look their best. You can rest assured knowing that your proofreader examines the accuracy of exhibits, page numbers, dates, legal terms, and more.


After the transcript is annotated, I send the corrections to you in PDF format via email. Errors are marked on the page in red text and yellow highlighting.

Hesitant to hire a proofreader? Click here to read one court reporter’s thoughts on her decision to invest in proofreading services.



Beautifully crafted writing contributes to the credibility of your brand.

Partner with an experienced proofreader so that your work continues to be known for its eloquence and not for its place in the land of embarrassing memes.

Your document will be annotated in PDF format and returned to you via email as a PDF that displays corrections in red text and yellow highlighting. I’m also happy to proofread in Google Docs, if you prefer.

Currently available to proofread short written materials, such as:

  • Flyers

  • Articles

  • Social media content

It can be nerve-racking to subject your writing to scrutiny, but I’m here to help you succeed. No snarky feedback or unkind comments, just your friendly neighborhood proofreader. Click here to get an idea of the many kinds of errors that I’d be happy to help you avoid.