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As a lawyer or paralegal, you always seem to be grasping for time and efficiency to better represent your client. Take a weight off of your shoulders by partnering with Constance Lee & Company for your next case.
Constance Lee has been in the court reporting profession since 1987. In her almost 30 years, she has performed every aspect of a reporting business; delivering, transcript production, customer service, scheduling, sales, and, of course, becoming a court reporter.
It is within this experience where Connie has learned a great secret ‐ service and relationships are the key to success. Connie is a realtime writer who adores her career and thoroughly enjoys working with her clients.
"I adore the business of law. This profession has given me more satisfaction than I could have imagined. I love the challenge of striving to be perfect in my writing. More so, I have never met a better group of people than the lawyers I have worked with all these years. I am grateful to be a part of such a team."
Liz Kapp joined Constance Lee & Company in the spring of 2015 while attending court reporting school at the Community College of Allegheny County. Court reporting is Liz's niche, combining her love of the English language and the ability to provide a beneficial service. As the office manager at Constance Lee & Company, Liz has the pleasure of being there for our clients from start to finish. Liz is thankful to be part of an industry that has allowed for such professional and personal growth.
The cornerstone of any court reporting company worth their salt, to insure the accuracy of our transcripts we have a six-step quality control process.
When we say we'll be there, we'll be there. With Constance Lee & Company, you'll never have to worry about a missing reporter.
We take litigation support to a new level. Count on us to save you time and improve the efficiency of your practice.
To lead the reporting industry in joyfully serving the legal community with integrity by preserving the record fully and accurately.
In short, by accurately preserving the record, we continue a tradition of thousands of years. Since the earliest of times, people like court reporters have been preserving important decisions and discussions in government and society with pinpoint accuracy and accountability. It's no wonder that a court reporter's transcript is held as the gold standard for keeping an official account of court proceedings.read more