Become a First Legal Court Reporter!

First Legal Depositions is a national company, serving law firms, corporations, and insurance companies from Los Angeles to New York. We believe that exceptional court reporters produce exceptional service for our clients. For that reason, we make it a priority to provide ongoing opportunities for the court reporters in our family.

The Code of Ethics

We respect and abide by the NCRA Code of Ethics to better serve our reporters.

Reliable Workflow

We employ the best of the best. You’ll receive consistent work and competitive pay.

Electronic Trun In

Physical signatures are no longer required. First Legal Depositions is fully digital, offering electronic signature options to help you save time and energy.

Expert Scheduling

Our team leverages decades of combined industry experience to deliver seamless scheduling and world-class service.

Networking Events

We host events for reporters to build connections within the First Legal Depositions family, as well as our client network.

Shipping Advances

Stop waiting for reimbursements! We advance your physical shipping costs.

Are you currently studying to become a court reporter? Contact us today to find out how you can join our family.

The Value of Experience

With over three decades in the business, we know that we succeed when our reporters succeed. With a dedicated reporter-assistance line, you’ll receive the support you need to do your best work. When you need to send an invoice, submit materials or navigate our internal software, we’re at your side.We value your unique skills and ambitions, and we offer the flexibility to work on the court cases that interest you the most.

Whether you’re an experienced reporter or just beginning your career, there’s a place for you in the First Legal Depositions family. You’ll also enjoy a professional atmosphere with full support staff, guaranteed payment, and a great opportunity for growth.

Become a First Legal Court Reperter!

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