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Through education, promotion, and encouragement, the Oklahoma Court Reporters Association is committed to ensuring the future of the profession of capturing and preserving the spoken word.


OCRA continues to participate in NCRA's Discover Steno, a program to introduce participants to court reporting.  OCRA was one of the first states in the nation to participate in this program that continues to gain much traction across the U.S.  

A to Z Theory is a FREE six- to eight-week introductory program designed to give participants a hands-on experience with court reporting to help them determine if this is the career they want to pursue.  Thanks to donations from fellow court reporters, loaner steno machines will be available free of charge to participants.  The groups are led by court reporters, making the program charges minimal, if anything, to participants, while getting firsthand knowledge of court reporting from working professionals.  At the end of the program, participants will be encouraged to enroll in the school of their choice.

Numerous programs have now been conducted in person across the state, and from time to time the program is offered online also. 

For more information, contact Melinda Wall, A to Z State Coordinator.

Melinda Wall, CSR, RMR

Official Court Reporter

Oklahoma County Courthouse

321 Park Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK  73102

(405) 713-1168 office

(405) 627-3579 cell

Learn more at Discover Steno.

OCRA makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all material published on this site.  If any discrepancy arises between any document published here and the official version of that document, the official version shall govern.

OCRA is proud to be an affiliated state association with NCRA.

OCRA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.      P.O. Box 696  Claremore, OK  74018

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