Welcome to Virginia Court Reporters Association (VCRA)
Virginia Court Reporters Association (VCRA) has been assisting court reporters in enhancing their skills for over 35 years. Founded in 1967, the association stands as a leader in education and legislative representation serving members from throughout the state.Learn more
Carolyn Morris O'Connor began court reporting school after completing her undergraduate studies at James Madison University in 1985.
Keep current on what is happening in Virginia and with VCRA by reading our quarterly newsletters online.
The Carolyn M. O'Connor Education Fund is officially up and running. This is a scholarship fund available to students who are actively engaged in the study of court reporting, either in a school or an online program. We will be offering a minimum of one scholarship a year.
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We are a nonprofit Virginia corporation dedicated to promoting the profession of court reporting and the general welfare and mutual professional interests of Virginia's freelance and official court reporters.