We have an outstanding team of court reporters, realtime court reporters, legal videographers and transcriptionists at CompuScripts. Each member of our team is professionally trained and understands the particulars required to work in the legal field. In addition, CompuScripts is led by two certified professionals who are very highly regarded in their field and who have been responsible for molding this court reporting firm into what it is today. Read on to learn more about these individuals.
Deborah Dusseljee, RPR, CRC, CLR
President of CompuScripts, Inc.
After graduating from Ferris State College with a degree in Court and Conference Reporting, Deborah began her career as a courtreporter in 1984.
Debbie added to her writing proficiency skills and became one of South Carolina’s first realtime court reporters and later became South Carolina’s first realtime broadcast captioning pioneer. She has served as President of the South Carolina Shorthand Reporters Association, Editor of The Palmetto Line, South Carolina Delegate to the National Committee of State Associations and a chief examiner for NCRA certification testing. Debbie is currently a Registered Professional Reporter, Certified LiveNote Reporter, Certified Realtime Captioner and Realtime Systems Administrator.
Bruce D. Balmer, MBA, CIRM, CLVS, CCVS, CME
Vice President of CompuScripts, Inc.
Bruce joined CompuScripts in 2002. He previously worked for over two decades in manufacturing and distribution management. Bruce has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, an MBA from the University of South Carolina, and a Certification in Integrated Resource Management from APICS, the Association for Operations Management. In addition, he is a Certified Legal Video Specialist with the National Court Reporters Association, a Certified Court Video Specialist with the American Guild of Court Videographers and a Certified Media Expert with LiveNote. Bruce served as Membership Chair, Treasurer, Webmaster, and Chapter President for the Midlands Chapter of APICS, all within a five-year period. Currently, he is a member of the NCRA’s Certified Legal Video Specialists Council. He also is a frequent contributor to the Yahoo Groups Legal Video Forum, LinkedIn Certified Legal Video Specialists Group and LinkedIn Legal Videographers Network Group.