Last Updated: Nov 8, 2016
Course Reserve materials may be accessed only within the library. The select textbooks and reference materials below may be accessed at the IVC Circulation Desk:
Call Number: COUR 110
Publication Date: 2006
Brief Encounters is a collection of machine shorthand abbreviations for realtime writing, and has more than 20,000 words and over 6,500 phrases, all listed in alphabetical order. Phrases are in bold italics, and verbs are listed with the principal part first, followed by an indented list of the verb's forms.
California Style Manual
Call Number: COUR 165
Publication Date: 2000
The California Supreme Court has adopted this style manual as the official guide for styling citations, making it a critical handbook for California courts and court personnel. It reflects changes in recent years and covers the preferred methods for citing legal information taken from the Internet, CD-ROM, and online research services. It also provides clear, comprehensive direction on citing recently filed opinions and legislative history.
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Here is a selection of circulating print materials for court reporters in the IVC Library:
Court Reporter's and CART Services Handbook
Call Number: KF255 .M38 2003
Publication Date: 2002
This practical, real-world guide uses easy-to-understand language to introduce both the basic and advanced concepts of court reporting across a wide range of court and legal procedures.
Court Reporting: Bad Grammar - Good Punctuation
Call Number: PE1116.L3 W4 2010
Publication Date: 2010
This book is a story of punctuation. Read in its entirety along with the exercises that parallel the chapters, this is an advanced course in punctuation for the court reporter, the court reporting student, or anyone who wants to truly understand punctuation.
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