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As a trusted leader in the legal industry since 1984, Dupree’ Reporting Service prides itself on meeting the ever-changing demands of the legal community. We consistently exceed our clients’ expectations by providing expertise in the latest technology and personal attention on every case.

Our complement of registered and professional reporters provide expertise in technical, medical, patent, trademark, as well as general reporting, trials, board meetings, and hearings.

Serving the Chicago Area (all counties), Wisconsin, Indiana, and Nationwide, Dupree’ Reporting Service provides quality, dependable, and accurate service where and when needed.


Our reporters are registered professionals with the state and are the integral component to providing verbatim transcription of proceedings. Registered court reporters have the credentials to prove that their qualifications meet the highest standards.

Customer Testimonials

S.M., Legal Assistant   

We have used Dupree’ Reporting Service for many, many years. Their services are excellent! Whenever we have a last-minute deposition scheduled, we always call Michelle Dupree’ because we know that Dupree’ Reporting is always there to accommodate us. If you ever need a court reporter, Dupree’ Reporting Service is definitely the one to call!

L.V., Attorney   

Our law firm has been exclusively using Dupree’ Reporting for more than 10 years. I have been thoroughly pleased with their professionalism and punctuality at medical and legal depositions. I have never had to call and ask for the status of a transcript which sums up the quality of Dupree’ Reporting’s services. Michelle Dupree’ has a strong work ethic and desire to please her clients, and her court reporters follow this philosophy. Dupree’ Reporting has our highest endorsement.

T.D., Attorney   

Our firm has worked with Dupree’ Reporting for years with good reason – reliable, flexible and quality work. Michelle is extremely easy to deal with and responds almost immediately to requests whether by phone or e-mail. We can always count on Dupree’ Reporting to be there for us and highly recommend them!

R.D., Attorney   

I have been a licensed attorney for over twenty years and have quite a bit of experience with depositions during that time. Dupree’ Reporting has provided unparalleled professionalism in being flexible with the scheduling of depositions. More importantly, the work product is always completed in a timely manner, more often than not earlier than requested. Her fees are always extremely competitive in the marketplace. Michelle has been a pleasure to work with over the years and on behalf of my firm, I give her the highest recommendation.

K.L., Attorney   

I have worked with Dupree’ Reporting Service for about 15 years and continue to be impressed.  Michelle and her team are wonderful to work with.  They are reliable and maintain the highest level of professionalism.  Their work product is outstanding.  I highly recommend Dupree’ for all your reporting services.

E.B., Legal Secretary   

Having Michelle as a court reporter is wonderful. She responds to emails in a timely manner and is always professional. Working with her has been easy and just what I need when scheduling a court reporter for depositions. I highly recommend using her business!

E.K., Attorney   

I’ve been working with Michelle Dupree Norton for a number of years. She has always provided professional, reliable and fast transcription services to our firm.
She is very accommodating and has been there for us on short notice (sometimes - very short notice). I recommend her without hesitation!

R.R., Attorney   

Michelle is the utmost professional. I hire Michelle for all of the depositions I set as she is, in my opinion, the most skilled court reporter in the Chicago metro and suburban areas. She is always accommodating with scheduling and transcript production deadlines, and her transcripts are flawless. For the best, I highly recommend hiring Michelle.

J.S., Attorney   

We have been using Dupree’ Reporting Service for a number of years and will continue to do so because Michelle and all of the reporters are exceedingly professional and accurate. We have never had an issue even when we’ve had an error on our end, they have been quick to respond to our needs.

B.M., Attorney   

Dupree’ Reporting is Chicago’s outstanding court reporting service. For many years, I have relied on Dupree’ Reporting to cover all my depositions in a variety of complex cases. Michelle Dupree’ and Dupree’ Reporting have accurately and promptly reported party depositions, expert testimony with technical and medical terminology, depositions translated by interpreters and trial testimony. Dupree’ Reporting provides me with transcriptions in a number of useful formats including hard copy, mini transcripts, and electronic copy. Dupree’ Reporting is available to cover depositions throughout the Chicago area and state.

J.H., Paralegal   

Dupree’ Reporting Service is our first choice for court reporters! Reliable, precise and responsive! Outstanding service and great to work with!

K.N., Attorney   

She is the best! Always accurately transcribed, never misses the testimony, a true gem!

D.S., Attorney   

Michelle has been my first choice court reporter for over fifteen years. I can always rely on her for accurate, prompt and reliable court reporting. She is responsive and professional and has vast knowledge of medical and legal terminology.

C.S., Firm Manager   

Dupree Reporting is professional, reliable, and diligent with all of our court reporting needs.

Rami A.   

Michelle is so pro, really understand your need and gives you the right solution.

P.G., Attorney   

I have utilized Dupree’ Reporting Service for several years for all of my depositions and I have not been disappointed. In the legal business, sometimes depositions are scheduled on short notice. Ms. Dupree has always accommodated my requests even if given at the last minute. I would strongly recommend Dupree’ Reporting Service to all my colleagues.

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