Vincent (Vinny) Borrello, Jr. has been an Official and Freelance Court Reporter since 1991, holding state and national certifications. He established Vincent P. Borrello, Jr. & Associates, Inc. in 1994. He is also employed by Orleans Criminal District Court. He has reported thousands of trials and depositions throughout his career.
In 2006, Vinny was appointed to the Louisiana Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters for a three-year term by Gov. Kathleen Blanco wherein he was elected Chair of the Ethics Committee and Education and Examination Committee. In 2009, he was reappointed by Gov. Bobby Jindal to the Louisiana Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters for another three-year term, wherein he was elected Chair of the Education and Examination Committee. In 2009, he was also elected as a Board Member to the Louisiana Court Reporters Association where he served as Two-Year Director Official Court Reporter. In 2011, 2014 and 2015 he was elected to serve as President for the Louisiana Court Reporters Association. In 2012 and 2015, he was, again, reappointed by Gov. Jindal to the Louisiana Board of Certified Shorthand Reporters for another three-year term, wherein he was elected Chair of the Education and Examination Committee. In 2018, he was reappointed by Gov. John Bel Edwards for another three-year term. He has sat as Chair of every committee on the CSR Board. Vinny is also a Member of the National Court Reporters Association, where he has served on the National Committee of State Associations, the Education Committee and the Political Action Committee Governing Board.
In 2010, as Chair of the Education and Examination Committee, he instituted mandatory ethics requirements for court reporters in the State of Louisiana. He has been a recurring speaker at the Nuts-n-Bolts Continuing Education Seminar, which is attended by judges, attorneys, administrators and clerks, on court reporting issues and is a presenter at other Continuing Education Seminars throughout the states. He has testified on several occasions before the Louisiana House and Senate Judiciary Committee on court reporting issues.