Welcome to Lawyer Solutions Group  Las Vegas preferred Court Reporters & Trial Support Firm.

Nevada's premier full service provider of court reporters, trial and litigation support services. Our company has been offering excellent services to Downtown Las Vegas, NV for over six years. Our principle approach to solutions is our client's needs. We understand that managing cases can be tedious business and finding dependable consistent service is crucial to your success.


We have developed customized solutions to meet your needs, budget constraints, and time lines. Our company has a dedicated team of professional service advisors to assist you from the inceptions of your case to the end. We have over 20 years of combined experience in Court Reporting, Trial Support and Electronic Discovery (e-discovery).


We are centrally located for easy access to the airport and all of Las Vegas. The only full service Court Reporters, Trial & Litigation Support firm is directly across the r block away from the Regional Justice Center  which is all City, State and Federal Courts.


Ensuring Your Success

Our firm is dedicated to ensuring that your experience is the best it can be whether scheduling a deposition, managing discovery, forensics, refining data, review or preparing for trial. We have handpicked the most state-of-the-art and cost effective technologies to ensure your success whatever the project may be. Our experienced, dependable staff repeatedly performs above and beyond expectations to maintain the standard of excellence built on hard work and dedication to meeting the ever-changing demands in court reporting, e-discovery management and trial services.

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Call Us

Our clients can lay their heavy discovery and document needs on our shoulders. Take a load of and call Lawyer Solutions Group today for Court Reporting in Las Vegas, Nevada or nationally. 702-430-5003. Representatives are available 24/7.


Clark County District Court & Nevada Supreme Court News 

Apr
10

Hundreds of pinwheels will be planted at Family Court to symbolize hope for the more than 3,200 children in our community who face abuse and neglect, and are receiving services under the supervision of Family Court. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and a great time to get involved with organizations that help promote the social and emotional well-being […]

Hundreds of pinwheels will be planted at Family Court to symbolize hope for the more than 3,200 children in our community who face abuse and neglect, and are receiving services under the supervision of Family Court. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and a great time to get involved with organizations that help promote the social and emotional well-being […]
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Apr
10

A baby cries as Judge Carolyn Ellsworth begins the graduation ceremony for the March class of drug court graduates. The judge smiles and tells those gathered, “It’s great to have the babies here. It’s great that they’re here and come into the world drug-free.” After completing an intensive treatment program, the class of 13 […]

A baby cries as Judge Carolyn Ellsworth begins the graduation ceremony for the March class of drug court graduates. The judge smiles and tells those gathered, “It’s great to have the babies here. It’s great that they’re here and come into the world drug-free.” After completing an intensive treatment program, the class of 13 […]
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Apr
9

The Hon. Linda Marie Bell, Hon. Stewart L. Bell (Ret.) and Constance Akridge, Esq. are the recipients of the Clark County Law Foundation 2019 Liberty Bell Award. The recipients will be honored on Saturday, April 27, 11 a.m., at the Historic Fifth Street School Auditorium, 401 S. 4th St. The annual award recognizes individuals in the […]

The Hon. Linda Marie Bell, Hon. Stewart L. Bell (Ret.) and Constance Akridge, Esq. are the recipients of the Clark County Law Foundation 2019 Liberty Bell Award. The recipients will be honored on Saturday, April 27, 11 a.m., at the Historic Fifth Street School Auditorium, 401 S. 4th St. The annual award recognizes individuals in the […]
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Apr
9

The Supreme Court’s Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP) Committee did an exhaustive review that resulted in the changes to the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP), the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure (NRAP), and the Nevada Electronic Filing and Conversion Rules (NEFCR). The changes were effective March 1. There are significant changes to Discovery […]

The Supreme Court’s Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP) Committee did an exhaustive review that resulted in the changes to the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP), the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure (NRAP), and the Nevada Electronic Filing and Conversion Rules (NEFCR). The changes were effective March 1. There are significant changes to Discovery […]
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Mar
21

At a recent visit to Matt Kelly Elementary School for a newspaper article on the Keeping Kids in School truancy diversion program, the community school liaison mentioned that they always need socks and underwear for kids who have “accidents.” That mention prompted a little drive to help restock their emergency supply. Through the generosity of […]

At a recent visit to Matt Kelly Elementary School for a newspaper article on the Keeping Kids in School truancy diversion program, the community school liaison mentioned that they always need socks and underwear for kids who have “accidents.” That mention prompted a little drive to help restock their emergency supply. Through the generosity of […]
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Mar
21

In a letter addressed to Governor Steve Sisolak, Judge Doug Smith announced his retirement from District Court department eight, effective April 12. In the letter he wrote, “I plan to retire to spend time with my family.” Judge Smith, who is 67, has presided over both civil and criminal cases in the Nevada Eighth Judicial […]

In a letter addressed to Governor Steve Sisolak, Judge Doug Smith announced his retirement from District Court department eight, effective April 12. In the letter he wrote, “I plan to retire to spend time with my family.” Judge Smith, who is 67, has presided over both civil and criminal cases in the Nevada Eighth Judicial […]
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