Lynette Mueller Named Fellow of Academy of Professional Reporters
Lynette Mueller was named one of the 2013 Fellows of the Academy of Professional Reporters at the National Court Reporters Association Convention & Expo Awards Luncheon in Nashville, TN, earlier this month.
From NCRA’s website:
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters and captioners, today announced that 11 of its members have been awarded fellowships in the Academy of Professional Reporters, which recognizes recipients for their outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience. The announcement was made during a special awards luncheon held at NCRA’s Annual Convention & Expo, held in Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 8-11.
Fellowship in the Academy of Professional Reporters is a professional distinction conferred upon a person of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in the field of shorthand reporting. Candidates for Fellow are required to have been in the active practice of reporting for at least 10 years and to have attained distinction as measured by performance (which includes publication of important papers, creative contributions, service on committees or boards, teaching, and so on). They are nominated for membership by their peers.
“Fellowship in the Academy of Professional Reporters reflects a member’s deep commitment to the court reporting profession and is a true reflection of the respect they have earned from their peers,” said Jim Cudahy, NCRA executive director and CEO. “This year’s inductees, as with past inductees, recognize that this honor is also a true testament to all they have achieved in their professional careers as court reporters, captioners, CART providers, and legal videographers, and all they have given to their profession.”