Michelle Kirkpatrick, RDR, CRR, CRC, FCRR, has been serving attorneys as a court reporter since 1986 and
is currently a freelance realtime reporter based out of Breckenridge, Colorado, traveling to various nationwide locations or overseas, as warranted.
Realtime, immediate rough drafts, and same-day final transcripts are the focus of Kirkpatrick Realtime Reporting. Complex corporate litigation, transnational arbitration, and interpreted or videotaped depositions all handled competently and confidently!
NCRA Registered Professional Reporter
NCRA Registered Merit Reporter
NCRA Registered Diplomate Reporter
NCRA Certified Realtime Reporter
NCRA Certified Broadcast Captioner
NCRA Certified CART Provider
USCRA Federal Certified Realtime Reporter
Kirkpatrick Realtime Reporting is a court reporting service handling the technical realtime litigation needs of your out-of-state firm's clients in Colorado, nationwide, or overseas.
Contact Kirkpatrick Realtime Reporting so we can help you serve your best clients by providing top-notch realtime reporting services. You handle your own orders and production to stay involved as much as possible to see that your clients are taken care of in the way you see fit.
Michelle Kirkpatrick, RDR; CRR; CRC (CBC, CCP); FCRR
Michelle Kirkpatrick, a court reporter since 1986, is currently a certified reporter in several states across the nation. Michelle has been an active member of the National Court Reporter's TRAIN committee (Taking Realtime Awareness and Innovation Nationwide), an NCRA student mentor, a Colorado Court Reporters Association student mentor volunteer, as well as a volunteer national and state association certification test proctor.
Michelle was actively involved in the Iowa Court Reporters Association for more than a decade, serving on the Board as well as serving as the association's webmaster. Michelle has competed and qualified in NCRA's National Realtime Competition, has participated in a number of NCRA Speed Competitions as well, and has endeavored to educate court reporters on the steps to take to become successful realtime writers through the publication of articles, public speaking engagements, and one-on-one training.
NCRA Ethics First participant -- Promoting the impartiality and neutrality of the reporting profession.
NCRF 2018 Angel -- Angels donate a minimum of $1,000 to NCRF each year.
The National Court Reporters Foundation supports the court reporting and captioning professions through philanthropic activities.
NCRF's programs recognize student achievement through scholarships, champion court reporter technologies, and
encourage historic preservation
of important American stories.