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History of Shorthand - Evolution of a Timeless Profession
Published by Texas Court Reporters Association

The expert among experts in Court Reporting! We are honored to have the creator of the Gallery of Shorthand come share with us his impressive knowledge of our beloved profession. Let's join Mr. Tursi as he takes us through the ages of stenography. This session promises to be extremely informative as well as entertaining!

Dominick M. Tursi
Dominick Tursi is an accomplished verbatim reporter, educator, and competitor, with more than 50 years of professional experience. Dome has reported proceedings worldwide, from Southeast Asia to Egypt. He has lectured across the United States, presented in Beijing before an historic conference of Chinese and American reporters, and in Belgium addressed an assemblage of speech-capture experts from around the world.

Founder, director, and instructor at the Verbatim School of Court...More

Originally Published
September 8, 2018

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  1. History of Shorthand - Evolution of a Timeless Profession - Video

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