Scopists edit the transcripts created by court reporters in order to make of them a readable professional legal document. They listen or read to the reports given to them in order to apply punctuation, missing words, format, and improve the accuracy of the document.
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- Conventional / Enterprising
- Transcription methods
The methods to quickly transcribe spoken language into text, such as stenography.
Capture of spoken words in its entirety, especially meanings and relevant details into written form.
- Legal terminology
The special terms and phrases used in the field of law.
The set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in any given natural language.
The rules concerning the way words are spelled.
- Study court hearings
Read and interpret court hearings in order to format and process the outcome information of these events.
- Use free typing techniques
Know, use and write documents, texts and content in general without looking at the keyboard. Use techniques to write documents in such fashion.
- Apply grammar and spelling rules
Apply the rules of spelling and grammar and ensure consistency throughout texts.
- Type error-free documents
Type documents and written content in general avoiding any grammatical or spelling errors. Type documents in a fast pace without compromising the quality of the outcome.
- Use dictionaries
Use glossaries and dictionaries to search for the meaning, the spelling, and synonyms of words.
- Provide written content
Communicate information in written form via digital or print media according to the needs of the target group. Structure the content according to specifications and standards. Apply grammar and spelling rules.
- Type texts from audio sources
Listen, understand, and type content from audio sources into written format. Keep the overall idea and understanding of the message together with relevant details. Type and listen to audios simultaneously.
- Observe confidentiality
Observe the set of rules establishing the nondisclosure of information except to another authorised person.