Court Reporting

In 2007, Boston Court Reporters was the first court reporting firm to offer digital court reporting in Massachusetts. We adhere to the certification standards and practices of the American Association of Electronic Reporters (AAERT) and the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).

Digital Reporting

Digital reporting uses recording equipment, specialized software, and certified electronic reporter (CER) to produce a direct, unfiltered, real-life, and verifiable record of what was said, who said it, and how it was said.

In “play-back” rather than “read-back,” you hear the deponent in their own words—their emotions, tone and inflection, loudness or quietness, directness or evasiveness—exactly what was said.  Compare the power of play-back with the power of read-back by the stenographer.

At the conclusion of the proceeding, you leave with an audio copy of the deposition or receive a copy by email. In lieu of the traditional “rough copy,” you receive a, b, and c [Chris to complete]

Digital reporting will save time and money, while offering more powerful tools.

Realtime Stenography

Realtime reporting requires speed, accuracy, and technological know-how to handle complex depositions. Whether on site or at remote locations, we do everything necessary to make certain that your Realtime deposition comes off without a hitch.

Realtime stenography delivers an immediate, unedited, almost complete written transcript of the deposition.

Machine Stenography

Depending on your budget and schedule, Boston Court Reporters will provide you with an NCRA certified stenographer.

Deposition Video

A video recording of a deposition can [question] or clear a deponent with remarkable effectiveness.

We follow the Certified Legal Video Specialist (CLVS) best
practices standards of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).