Suzanne Hand has been a respected leader in the court reporting industry for more than 37 years. 

She was encouraged to attend court reporting school by her father, who was a practicing trial attorney for over 30 years in Suffolk County, New York and a Supreme Court Judge in Riverhead, New York.  After completing her education, Hand began working as an Official Court Reporter of New York State and a Grand Jury Court Reporter.

As the founder and sole proprietor of Hand Reporting, which is a woman-owned and operated business, Hand quickly established her organization as a premier court reporting service that is well-versed in the latest technology with a cache of case-winning tools for clients to achieve success. 

Suzanne built Hand Reporting to be synonymous with professionalism and exemplary service from internal operations to the point of service in the field.

Hand Reporting provides exceptional, first-class court reporting and related litigation, dictation, typing and transcription services to the legal community both locally and nationally.

From the initial contact through the delivery of the completed assignment, Hand Court Reporting makes the litigation support and deposition process exactly what it should be…perfectly seamless.

Hand is an established business leader and active supporter of many non-profits and sponsors functions which benefit the legal and paralegal communities. 

Hand has been recognized for her excellence in court reporting by many organizations including:

  • Suffolk County Bar Association
  • Pro Bono Foundation Award for Pro Bono Court Reporting Assignments
  • Suffolk County Legal Secretaries Association (NALS) , Award of Excellence
  • Fleet Bank, Small Business Leadership Award for Exemplary Business Practices

Hand has affiliations and membership with associations and organizations including:


Hand recommends choosing a court reporting firm or reporter as if you’re hiring an extension of your team – someone who reflects well on your practice and whom you can count on 24/7.

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