Court Reporting Certificates in California

California Court Reporting Certificate SchoolsOur 2022 rankings contain 8 California schools granting court reporting certificates, and South Coast College is the best option.

Check other California schools offering court reporting certificates and law colleges offering similar programs in the nearby states or narrow your search by city or consider other law major or diploma.

CA court reporting certificate schools:

South Coast College - Law School Ranking
1. South Coast College

Located in Orange

College of Marin - Law School Ranking
2. College of Marin

Located in Kentfield

Charles A Jones Career and Education Center - Law School Ranking
West Valley College - Law School Ranking
4. West Valley College

Located in Saratoga

Cypress College - Law School Ranking
5. Cypress College

Located in Cypress

Cerritos College - Law School Ranking
6. Cerritos College

Located in Norwalk

Downey Adult School - Law School Ranking
7. Downey Adult School

Located in Downey

Taft College - Law School Ranking
8. Taft College

Located in Taft

Court reporting certificates in nearby states:

Pima Community College - Law School Ranking
Pima Community College

Located in Tucson, Arizona

GateWay Community College Phoenix - Law School Ranking
GateWay Community College Phoenix

Located in Phoenix, Arizona

CA law schools offering other certificates:

University of Southern California - Law School Ranking
University of Southern California

Located in Los Angeles, 6 certificate programs

Loyola Marymount University - Law School Ranking
Loyola Marymount University

Located in Los Angeles, 2 certificate programs

University of San Diego - Law School Ranking
University of San Diego

Located in San Diego, 2 certificate programs

Golden Gate University San Francisco - Law School Ranking
Golden Gate University San Francisco

Located in San Francisco, 2 certificate programs

University of La Verne - Law School Ranking
University of La Verne

Located in La Verne, 2 certificate programs

National University - Law School Ranking
National University

Located in La Jolla, 1 certificate program

Fresno Pacific University - Law School Ranking
Fresno Pacific University

Located in Fresno, 1 certificate program

Empire College - Law School Ranking
Empire College

Located in Santa Rosa, 1 certificate program

Other law certificates in CA:

General Law: 2 schools
Advanced Studies: 5 schools
Paralegal Studies: 40 schools

Other court reporting diplomas in CA:

Associate's Degrees: 6 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 1 school

California law schools by city:

Bakersfield: 2 schools
Berkeley: 1 school
Cerritos: 1 school
Chula Vista: 1 school
Claremont: 4 schools
Clovis: 1 school
Culver City: 1 school
Cupertino: 1 school
Cypress: 1 school
Davis: 1 school
Downey: 1 school
El Cajon: 1 school
Fairfield: 1 school
Folsom: 1 school
Fountain Valley: 1 school
Fresno: 2 schools
Fullerton: 1 school
Glendale: 2 schools
Imperial: 1 school
Irvine: 4 schools
Kentfield: 1 school
La Jolla: 3 schools
La Verne: 1 school
Los Alamitos: 1 school
Los Altos Hills: 1 school
Los Angeles: 7 schools
Malibu: 1 school
Marysville: 1 school
Merced: 1 school
Monterey Park: 1 school
Norwalk: 1 school
Oakland: 1 school
Orange: 2 schools
Oroville: 1 school
Oxnard: 1 school
Pasadena: 1 school
Pleasant Hill: 1 school
Rancho Cucamonga: 1 school
Redwood City: 1 school
Ridgecrest: 1 school
Riverside: 1 school
Sacramento: 3 schools
San Bruno: 1 school
San Diego: 6 schools
San Francisco: 4 schools
San Jacinto: 1 school
San Jose: 1 school
San Luis Obispo: 1 school
San Marcos: 1 school
Santa Ana: 2 schools
Santa Barbara: 2 schools
Santa Clara: 1 school
Santa Clarita: 1 school
Santa Cruz: 1 school
Santa Maria: 1 school
Santa Monica: 1 school
Santa Rosa: 2 schools
Saratoga: 1 school
Stanford: 1 school
Stockton: 3 schools
Sylmar: 1 school
Taft: 1 school
Torrance: 1 school
Ukiah: 1 school
Victorville: 1 school
Visalia: 1 school
Walnut: 1 school
Whittier: 1 school
Wilmington: 1 school
Woodland Hills: 1 school

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