President of Constance Lee & Company - Court Reporter
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.
Connie was featured in the Summer 2018 issue of the PCRA’s (Pennsylvania Court Reporter Associations) Quarterly newsletter with her blog titled, Walk the Walk. If you would like to read her blog click here!
“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.”
16th Annual Lawrence W. Kaplan Lecture in Conflict Resolution - Event Sponsor (Constance Lee & Company.)
Date: May 9th, 2019
Key Lessons in Cross-Cultural Understanding in Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Sukhsimranjit Singh, Managing Director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University, will be the keynote speaker at the annual Kaplan Lecture, the region’s premier event dedicated to conflict resolution discussion. The program will also feature a tribute to Judge Lawrence W. Kaplan – the founder of the Lecture that bears his name, and a pioneer in ADR in Western Pennsylvania – who passed away Feb. 18.
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.