Beovich, Walter, & Friend: Certified Court Reporters

Longest Running Reporting Firm in Oregon

Beovich Walter & Friend Certified Court Reporters (BWF) is a name that has been familiar to the Pacific Northwest since 1957. As the longest running reporting firm in Oregon, they strive everyday to maintain their stellar reputation and to provide the legal community the highest quality service available anywhere. They are aligned with some of the most notable names in the reporting field such as the National Network of Reporting Companies (NNRC), the Nation Court Reporter’s Association (NCRA), and Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting (STAR). BWF is also a proud participant of the NCRA’s Ethic’s First program.

Although BFW has been around for nearly 60 years, they have kept up to date with their technology. Their services are one hundred percent within the 21st century and include: Local, national, and International coverage of Certified Court Reporters, Portland Certified Court Reporters, Expedited and Daily transcripts as well as Same-Day Drafts, Realtime Reporting connected via iPads, iPhones, or other digital device, Internet Steaming, Hyperlinked Exhibits and Synchronized Video, as well as Secure Online Access with 24 hour available assistance. BWF’s court reporters also engage in a program of continuing professional education that ensures that everyone is fully credentialed and up to date.

Current President, Julie A. Walter, a Strong Backbone of the Company

Beovich Walter & Friend Certified Court Reporters is based in Portland, Oregon, and its current president is one Julie A. Walter. Walter joined the offices of Beovich 1986, and has had a career distinguished by professional excellence. Although Julie is the co-owner and equal partner of Doug Friend, she continues to take on reporting assignments. Julie Walter has several distinguished reporting milestones under her belt, including becoming a Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR), a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), and a Certified Real-time Reporter (CRR), which was a status awarded to her by the NCRA. All of these credentials mean that she is in high-demand for her outstanding real-time service. Despite this, Julie Walters still finds the time to volunteer. She has served on the board of the National Network of Reporting Companies and given her time to both the Oregon and National Court Reports Organizations.

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