Where Court Reporting Can Take You – International Court Reporter

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Being a court reporter has given me the opportunity to experience international travel, and today I find myself in Chiang Mai, a beautiful place at the base of the northern mountains of Thailand in a kingdom formerly known as Lanna, “A Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields.” Lan = Million and Na = Rice Fields.

I am not in Thailand to report a deposition, but to explore, relax, and spend time with my husband and dear friend Christine Randall of Wood & Randall who is becoming a president of her Bakersfield Rotary Club. Rotary International is holding its annual convention in Bangkok this week.

So you may ask, what does court reporting have to do with me being in Chiang Mai today?

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