Our Court Reporters Are 100% NCRA Certified

Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc.

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Our Services

Services from Professional Court Reporters

It's never been easier to access high-quality services from professional court reporters in Boston. Our downtown location is only minutes from Logan Airport and hosts three complimentary conference rooms each equipped with video conferencing capabilities.

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Our Services

Court Reporting & Interactive Realtime

Doris O. Wong Associates continues to be a pioneer in providing the court reporting services that our clients depend on. Our nationally certified reporters embrace leading-edge technology delivers exceptional service every day. Learn more.

Video Conference Center

When you need to connect one-on-one or with a group of people from around the world but have no desire to travel again; video conferencing gives you the flexibility to conduct your business over a secure connection. Learn more.

Litigation Support Products

We provide the products and services you have come to rely on. Whether it's digitally encrypted files, searchable PDF files, or linked and synched videotape depositions, we do it all at a reasonable price. Learn more.


Certified Realtime Reporters stream testimony to all smart devices.  Counsel can receive this live feed whether present onsite or appearing remotely.  Free software such as iCVNet allows counsel to read, mark, and annotate the testimony to be saved and synced to the final transcript. Learn more


Technology goes where you go.  Remote video conferencing and interactive realtime are streamed over any and all smart devices.  We provide a laptop with a camera for remote video conference depositions.  iPads are provided for interactive realtime depositions.  All equipment has been tested for seamless connections. 


The impact of a video clip when an expert witness is unavailable for trial is invaluable. Certified Legal Video Specialists capture and preserve key testimony when depositions are videotaped.

Please refer to the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedures: Rule 30A Audiovisual Depositions and Audiovisual Evidence.  
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