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Rob Deziel

Born: 1965 AD
Currently alive, at 53 years of age.
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Rob Deziel is the executive director of Alderson Court Reporting in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of Bentley College, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems.

In 1992, Rob Deziel began his career as a network administrator and transcript processor. His job was to manage the production department and the daily business operations. His responsibilities involved implementing all of the technology that included real-time. He developed the first online remote database utilizing DiscoveryZX and PCAnywhere technology.


Rob has been an expert guest speaker at Georgetown University’s paralegal program on enhanced technologies that are used by law firms involved with depositions.






Chapter Advisor, Occoquan District of NCAC (Volunteer) Boy Scouts of America

Rob volunteers to guide youth in the Boy Scout program of Eastern Prince William County, VA to plan and run a local chapter of a service-focused organization known as the Order of the Arrow.






MPS Group Leadership Award – 2007
PADI-Certified Diver (Advance Open Water)
Eagle Scout Class of ’85






Headquartered in Washington, D.C., along with New York offices, Alderson Court Reporting provides an extensive selection of reporting as well as document and case management services to the legal industry. Since 1938, Alderson’s clients have include: top AmLaw 100 firms, U.S. presidents, and international agencies, as well as providing transcripts for key U.S. Senate committees such as the September 11 Victim’s Compensation Fund hearings.






Washington, D.C.

1155 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 200

Washington, D.C. 20036

800.FOR.DEPO (367-3376)

Local: (202) 289-2260



New York, NY

60 42nd St. E, Suite 1730

New York, NY 10165

800.FOR.DEPO (367-3376)

Local: (646) 557-6777

Fax: 212-757-2576



Austin, TX

7000 North Mopac Expy., Suite 160

Austin, TX 78731

800.FOR.DEPO (367-3376)

Fax: (800) 367-3310







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