We are pleased to announce reporter Nancy Nunnelley has joined Coulter Reporting. Nancy has a wealth of experience, beginning her career under the mentorship of Dick Odle with Federal Reporters in 1978. She has since reported in U.S. District Court, Jefferson Circuit Court, federal grand jury, and countless depositions.
After reporting and transcribing over 5,000 depositions in the past 35 years, I believe I have a good base to offer advice to new attorneys taking their first few depositions.
I’ve reported in prisons and hospital rooms, in funeral homes and warehouses.
Podcast considers the advantages of diversity in legal tech & recognizes the value of early exposure to the legal industry.
Katie Coulter was interviewed by the Trial Technology & Litigation Support Podcast and discussed the opportunities that arise when collaborating with fellow professionally certified trial technicians.
Do you have an upcoming mobile videoconference deposition? Here are some tips that will help your videoconference go smoothly for both the witness and the attending attorneys, whether you’re at the actual deposition or attending remotely.
Maximize your hotspot by keeping it plugged in/charging – this will be your connection to the Internet, and without it you won’t have a videoconference.
We at Coulter Reporting would like to welcome our two newest additions to the team, Katye Moody and Madeline Weiner!
Katye is a recent graduate from Mark Kislingbury’s Academy of Court Reporting in Houston, Texas. She is from Pine Hill, Alabama, a small town north of the Mobile Bay. When she is not working, she enjoys finding new music, spending time with friends, and exploring the city.