From lunch and learns to pre-trial realtime training sessions to e-trial workshops, one of the services on which we pride ourselves most is education. Realtime reporting is remarkably easy to use, but the software is full of powerful advanced features which can supercharge how you manage your trial.

Let us show you how.

Contact us to learn more about workshops

Lunch & Learns

Sample our famous in-house catering while learning more about realtime or electronic trials.  We’ll feed you a gourmet meal, show you the latest tech and get you back to your office, all during your regular lunch break.

Or, for those who prefer, we will bring the workshop to your office.

Pre-Trial Realtime Instruction

For clients who don’t want to schedule a formal workshop, we can meet with your trial team to provide education, test your hardware, demonstrate the technology and set up custom issue codes for your upcoming trial or arbitration.

CLE Approved Courses

We currently offer three complimentary courses, all of which qualify for CLE credits.  These workshops are presented by Christy Pratt, an approved CLE provider for the Law Society of BC.

In addition to these courses, Christy also presents a workshop on speaking for the record, which addresses what to do — and what not to do — when conducting a discovery or examining witnesses at trial.  Though this workshop is geared towards junior lawyers, even the most experienced counsel will benefit from the insight Christy has derived over her 20-year court reporting career.

E-trials: Managing Transcripts & Exhibits (1.50 CLE credits)

This course focuses on the electronic management of trial transcripts, electronic exhibits and other digital documents.

Introduction to Realtime Reporting (1.50 CLE credits)

In this course we use a mock trial approach (reported by a real court reporter) to show participants how to view, annotate and run reports on realtime transcripts.

Realtime Reporting: Trial Prep (1.00 CLE credits)

We tailor this course to the specific needs and details of your upcoming proceeding.  In addition to learning how to use the realtime software, counsel and their team will create a streamlined system for managing transcripts.