Aiken, South Carolina's Official NNRC Court Reporters
Our Commitment to the South Carolina Legal Community
Clark & Associates is the top court reporting and video-conferencing company in the Charleston area. We have been the top choice for complex litigation cases for over three decades. Our technology, customer service, efficiency and value are unbeatable. Our goal is to provide peace of mind that a job with us is a job well-done.
The world of litigation management and court reporting has changed drastically in just the past 5 years. Clark & Associates has stayed ahead of the curve and offers state of the art tools to help you win cases. The technology division of Clark & Associates, is an experienced IT staff dedicated to providing the latest in legal video and video-conferencing.
A few of Clark & Associates Stellar Services!
Clark & Associates has all the services you need.
We offer a wide range of services to meet your deposition needs:
- Video Conference
- Steno Court Reporting
- In-House Videography
- Online Repository
- Expedited Transcripts
- In-House Interpreter
- Worldwide Locations
Clark & Associates, Inc.
4130 Faber Place Drive, Suite 204
North Charleston, SC 29405
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