Hawaii Supreme Court Seeks Nominations and Applications for Board of Certified Shorthand ReportersPosted on May 11, 2018 in News & Reports, Press Releases, Uncategorized
HONOLULU–The Hawaii Supreme Court is seeking nominations or applications for two unpaid positions on the six-member Hawaii Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters.
One member selected must be an “official” certified shorthand reporter who is court-employed. This member shall fill the remainder of a term expiring on October 31, 2019.
The other member selected must be a “freelance” certified shorthand reporter who is not court employed. This term would begin on June 1, 2018 and expire on May 31, 2021.
The Board examines applicants for certification as Hawaii certified shorthand reporters and proposes rules and regulations for testing, licensing, and supervision of certified shorthand reporters; for standards governing conduct of Hawaii certified shorthand reporters; and for discipline, censure, suspension, or revocation of certification. Members serve staggered three-year terms.
Letters of application or nominations must be submitted by mail, facsimile, or email to:
Judiciary Communications and Community Relations Office
417 South King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Letters of applications or nominations must include, at minimum:
- A brief biography or resume of the applicant or nominee, including the applicant’s or nominee’s current employment.
- At least two references.
- If a nominee, an agreement to be a nominee.
The names of all applicants or nominees will be made public in an announcement seeking comments about them. After comments are received, the Hawaii Supreme Court will select individuals to fill the vacancies.