Experienced. Certified. Local.
As an affiliated state association of the National Court Reporters Association, NeCRA members are held to the NCRA Code of Professional Ethics. The mandatory Code of Professional Ethics defines the ethical relationship the public, the bench, and the bar have a right to expect from a member. The Code sets out the conduct of the member when dealing with the user of reporting services and acquaints the user, as well as the member, with guidelines established for professional behavior. The Guidelines for Professional Practice, on the other hand, are goals which every member should strive to attain and maintain. Members are urged to comply with the Guidelines and must adhere to local, state, and federal rules and statutes. It should be noted that these Guidelines do not exhaust the moral and ethical considerations with which the member should conform but provide the framework for the practice of reporting. Not every situation a member may encounter can be foreseen, but a member should always adhere to fundamental ethical principles. By complying with the Code of Professional Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Practice, members maintain their profession at the highest level.
Code of Professional Ethics
A Member Shall:
makes every effort to ensure the
accuracy of all material on this site. If a
discrepancy arises between any document
published here and the official version
of that document, the official version