The NNRC National Court Reporters Directory
Our Court Reporting Firms Serve Banff, Calgary, Edmonton, and all of Alberta!
Click on the Alberta Court Reporters Directory Below to Find an Official NNRC Court Reporting Firm!
Alberta Court Reporting Services
Alberta court reporters are essential to the legal community in Canada, and sometimes the United States. Whether an attorney needs assistance in preparation or presentation, the quality court reporters across Alberta can provide attorneys and paralegals the legal support they need.
The NNRC provides court reporting services, video conferencing services, and legal video services throughout the state of Alberta. Select from the list of cities in Alberta where our NNRC members provide court reporter services, legal video services and video conferencing services in the state of Alberta.
Don’t see a city in Alberta where you require court reporting services? Contact NNRC toll-free at 866.337.6672 or click here to book a court reporter in Alberta online through our scheduling page.
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