Court Reporting

Young Court Reporting has over 20 years of court reporting experience in the Kansas City metropolitan area. We are the court reporting agency that law firms around the metro have come to trust.  We are dedicated to provide you as seamless an experience possible to allow you more time to do your work.

We provide a certified court reporter for depositions, sworn statements, examinations under oath, arbitrations, and much more.  As a realtime court reporting firm, we are a Certified LiveNote Provider that can also connect to CaseView, and Summation.

Our firm’s expertise spans many areas including general litigation, asbestos, construction, FELA, personal injury, and much more.


Conference Facilities And Location
We are located just west of I-35 and 87th Street in Lenexa, Kansas and provide a neutral setting with all the amenities you have come to expect with a professional court reporting firm.  Click here for directions to our facilities.

We Provide The File Formats That You Need  

The Young Court Reporting firm realizes that technology is essential when it comes to court reporting services.  In order to expedite our services, we provide multiple file formats upon request including:

  • E-Transcript
  • PDF Bundle*
  • ASCII/Summation ASCII
  • Microsoft Word
  • LEF (LiveNote)
  • MDB (Sanction)
  • Document Imaging with OCR (optical character recognition) that allows the text to be searchable within computer systems.

In addition to all of these services, we provide a secure online repository that hosts all of your transcripts.  Our repository even allows streaming synchronized video, all of which you can access at any time.  Simply login by using the login window on the top right of this screen.

We provide easy online scheduling for your convenience.

*Our PDF bundle includes the transcript, hyperlinked word index, hyperlinked exhibits (OCR searchable), and ASCII text file in a single PDF. Additional files also contained in the bundle include Summation ASCII, LEF, and MDB files. Our single-transcript bundle contains no java code. PDF files containing java code may prevent e‑filing by some court malware screening software.