Court Reporters in Birmingham AL | Network Court Reporting and Video Agency 866.256.1799
Network Court Reporting and Video has providied certified court reporters, experienced legal videographers, and video conferencing solutions for depositions, hearings, and arbitrations around the country for over 20 years. We are a full-service court reporting company committed to exceeding your expectations. We attend to every detail and are always focused on professionalism and accuracy.
Whether you need court reporting services and/or videography, we will provide you with state-of-the-art, professional services, and if you need a local conference room, no problem. We can arrange for an aesthetic, professional conference room equipped with all the technology you need including WIFI, business services, phones and more.
If you need a Court Reporter in Birmingham for a deposition, hearing or arbitration, Network Court Reporting and Video can provide:
- Local Court Reporters
- Legal Videographers
- Conference Rooms
- Real Time Transcripts
- Skype Depositions
- Dailies and other Expedited Services
We have designed our services around providing efficient and effective litigation support. We provide certified court reporters and legal videographers for depositions, arbitrations, and hearings in all major U.S. cities. Our well-trained office staff is ready to provide you with the best possible service including conference rooms, litigation support, quick turnaround, online calendar/repository, and online case management.
We cover depositions from coast to coast.
Conference rooms available at this location- not a mailing address.
If you are traveling to Birmingham for a Deposition, here are some Local Services:
Birmingham is the most populated city in Alabama, with a population of slightly over 212,200 residents as of the 2010 census. The city is named after Birmingham, England which is the United Kingdom’s second largest city. Due to its’s major industries of steel and iron, Birmingham earned the nickname “The Pittsburgh of the South” in the early 1920s.