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Welcome to the Mansfield Court Reporting website. If you are looking for a court reporter in Jackson, TN, Nashville, TN; Dickson, TN; Waverly, TN; Clarksville, TN; Dover, TN; Camden, TN: Paris, TN; Dresden, TN: Martin, TN; Greenfield, TN; Sharon, TN; Huntingdon, TN; McKenzie, TN; Union City, TN; Dyersburg, TN; Trenton, TN; Milan, TN; Medina, TN; Humboldt, TN; Paducah, KY; Mayfield, KY; Clinton, KY; Murray, KY; Fulton, KY; Hickman, KY; or if you need a court reporter anywhere else in middle Tennessee, west Tennessee, or west Kentucky, we are happy to assist you.
We consider all these areas to be our local service area, so there are no additional fees for mileage or travel time.​

We have been providing court reporting services for over two decades, primarily in the west and middle Tennessee area. As of December 2013, we are serving the west Kentucky area as well.

Our principal reporter, Ken Mansfield, LCR, RPR, CCR, is certified BY TESTING so you can depend on his competency. We offer complete litigation support, professional conduct, and friendly, live personnel to take care of all your court reporting needs. One call to us and you can be assured your litigation needs will be taken care of.

You may call us at any time using our toll-free number, or you may prefer to use our online scheduling service.

Who We Are

Ken Mansfield. LCR, RPR, CCR, has been a freelance reporter for over 20 years and is the owner of Mansfield Court Reporting located in Dresden, Tennessee. Ken has been in practice since graduating with highest honors from the Stenotype Institute of Jacksonville Beach, Florida. in 1989_ Ken focuses his time primarily in west and middle Tennessee as well as west Kentucky.

Ken is a registered professional reporter (RPR), certified BY TESTING by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).

In 2009, Ken was appointed by Governor Phil Bredesen to the first Tennessee Board of Court Reporting, where he was subsequently elected to Vice Chairman. In 2013, Ken was reappointed by Governor Bill Haslam to the Tennessee Board of Court Reporting for a four-year term. Ken has been the chairman of the Tennessee Board of Court Reporting for the years 2012 and 2013. Ken continually strives to improve himself with continuing education, as well as staying current with the latest technology.


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