As a national company serving hundreds of law firms, corporations, and insurance companies from Los Angeles to New York, First Legal Depositions has the resources to help you schedule your deposition anytime and anywhere. We provide our clients with national service, offering premium conference rooms with state of the art technology across all 50 states. Our highly trained and certified court reporters understand the nuances of your industry and can offer you both in-person and remote court reporting services. Our depositions solutions offer you the latest in deposition technology providing you ease and convenience.

At First Legal Depositions, we don’t just comply with the law, we go above and beyond the call of duty. We are in full compliance with PII (Personally Identifiable Information) federal and state requirements as well as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) standards. Trust your information with the legal support company that invests in your privacy.

We are proud to offer you a diverse set of virtual deposition tools, such as conference calling, video conferencing, and online streaming. We’re offering one-on-one demos.



“The First Legal Team has made my firm’s transition from in-person depositions to remote depositions incredibly smooth and easy. They handle everything from start to finish. The deposition is just a click away!”

“First Legal set up a Zoom deposition for me.  The court reporter was professional. The videographer ensured we had good audio.”

“During COVID-19, we safely charged ahead using First Legal Depositions.  First Legal worked seamlessly with our Trial Video/Zoom technicians allowing them to display exhibits on the Zoom deposition screen.  This made witness examinations effective.  Scheduling, turnaround time, price, and customer service were friendly and top-notch!”

RICHARD L. DUQUETTE, Law Firm of Richard L. Duquette


  • A woman sits at her desk with her head in her hands due to her fear of remote depositions.

Overcoming the Fear of Remote Depositions

October 29th, 2020|News|

Before the coronavirus pandemic, remote depositions were slowly gaining traction and popularity. In late March, social distancing measures dramatically increased the number of remote depositions. While [...]