Penny Townsend Morrison, RMR, LCR, CCR
Penny is a founding partner of Accurate Court Reporting and holds the National Court Reporters Association Certificate of Merit and the Tennessee Court Reporters Association CCR designation. She has been practicing court reporting since 1989.
Laurel Eiler, RDR-FAPR, LCR, CCR
Laurel is a founding partner of Accurate Court Reporting and has been practicing since 1987. She is a past president of the Tennessee Court Reporters Association and the National Court Reporters Association. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters of NCRA and a Registered Diplomate Reporter.
Cheryl Carter, RPR, LCR, CCR
Cheryl is a National Court Reporters Association Registered Professional Reporter and holds the Tennessee Court Reporters Association’s CCR designation. She is also a past officer and director of the Tennessee Court Reporters Association and has been with Accurate for her entire reporting career, which began in 1994.
Patricia Davis, RPR, LCR, CCR
Patricia “Tricia” Davis has been a reporter since 2002 and has worked with Accurate for that entire time. She holds the Registered Professional Reporter designation from NCRA and also the Tennessee Court Reporters Association CCR.
Tami Webb, RPR, LCR, CCR
Tami joined Accurate in 2007. She was a reporter for five years in Orlando, Florida, several years ago and is back practicing her profession after raising her children. Tami is a Registered Professional Reporter and holds her CCR from the Tennessee Court Reporters Association.
Laurie has been assisting Accurate Court Reporting with transcription of audio cassettes, CDs and DVDs and proofreading for the last 20 years. Laurie trained to be a court reporter, and she currently uses her skills and court reporting equipment for transcribing. She does an excellent job with all types of material, from difficult medical and technical terminology to simple interviews.
What is an RPR?
NCRA’s Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) Certification is obtained by passing a written knowledge exam and three separate skills tests: Literary at 180 words per minute, Jury Charge at 200 words per minute, and Testimony/Q&A at 225 words per minute. Continuing education is required to maintain your RPR or other NCRA designation.
Advanced NCRA Certifications:
The Registered Merit Reporter Certification consists of a written knowledge exam and skills test at speeds up to 260 WPM, Certified Realtime Reporter is a specialized skills exam and the Registered Diplomate Reporter is a written knowledge exam for holders of the RMR.