Capturing, Preserving and Organizing Information
Court reporting — the act of capturing spoken information and converting it into readable text — has been around since the days of the Roman Empire, but it is the technological revolution of the last few decades that has made it an indispensable asset to the legal profession.
Northwestern Court Reporters has been serving the needs of attorneys and law firms for over 35 years. A leader in deposition reporting, Northwestern Court Reporters also is an expert in realtime reporting, computerized archival retrieval and condensed transcripts. We understood early on that technology was going to change litigation discovery practices,
and we have been at the forefront ever since, offering an ever-growing range of litigation support services, video services and videoconferencing.
Our court reporters are more than verbatim keepers of the record. They are information facilitators, who work fast and efficiently to give attorneys the tools they need to analyze information quickly and use it strategically to build their case.
Northwestern Court Reporters offers:
- Accurate, high quality transcripts
- Around the clock service (including daily on-call reporter for last-minute, unforeseen depositions)
- Computerized archival of all depositions
- Daily job confirmation
- Emailing of transcripts
It’s critically important to us that we be highly credentialed. That’s why all of our court reporters are RPR accredited, and all are enrolled in continuing education courses, so as to keep up-to-date on the latest advances in the industry.
Benefits of Court Reporting
- Accuracy of records
- Electronic delivery of records help organize information, giving you competitive advantage
- Protection of intellectual capital (no information is lost or misplaced when litigation team members change)
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Please call (800) 628-7551 to find out how we can help you better manage your information.