What Does a Court Reporter Do?
A court reporter keeps an exact record of what is spoken by all parties during a court trial or mediation service. Court reporters produce a legal transcript of witness testimonies, depositions & all other courtroom proceedings.
What Skills Should a Court Reporter Possess?
- Be on time and accountable
- Have confidentiality when working on cases especially high profile ones
- Be a neutral party
- Have superb writing and proofreading skills
- Be extremely organized
Why Choose Phipps Court Reporting?
Phipps Reporting Milwaukee has 2,000 + court reporters in their network as well as 500 affiliated firms. Our company offers the best legal service in the Milwaukee area. We’ve worked with firms of all sizes and have been involved in highly-publicized trials. Our team is involved in the selection and training of the best court stenographers. We work with our Milwaukee court reporting team to ensure the Phipps’ values of trust and integrity are integrated in their work. Our reporters offer the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and expertise. We ensure that our diverse and highly educated staff of court reporters is able to meet all of your reporting needs.
Phipps Milwaukee Office:
740 N Plankinton Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53203