About Us

Jeanne Wiley, RPR, CCR, has been a professional stenotype reporter since 1976. She, along with her partner Nancy Cook, founded the firm in 1984. When Ms. Cook left in 1994 to pursue a legal career, Jeanne became the sole owner and has grown the firm continuously, becoming one of the largest court reporting firms in Virginia.

Cook and Wiley Richmond Court Reporters race for cure

Cook & Wiley Race for the Cure

In addition to her duties as a working reporter and company manager, Jeanne maintains a high degree of commitment to her profession, having served on numerous committees for the Virginia Court Reporters Association and as the Chief Examiner in Richmond for a number of years for the NCRA testing program. She was elected president of the VCRA in 1995/1996, and in 2003 received the prestigious Frank G. Tayloe Award for her many contributions to the profession.

Cheryl Campbell, the office manager, epitomizes the longevity and professionalism of Cook & Wiley, having been with the firm 25 years. In addition, Jennifer Cather, the production manager, has been with the firm since 2000. Our newest associate, Emily Barnett, joined us in the summer of 2010 as our scheduling coordinator after graduating from paralegal school at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

Many of our reporters have been with the firm in excess of 10 years, with some having over 20 years experience with Cook & Wiley. The firm strives to foster a culture of longevity which benefits our clients and our professional staff and contributes to our client-focus commitment.

Cook & Wiley Jeanne Wiley with her beloved dog, Sam

Jeanne Wiley with her beloved dog, Sam, sadly no longer with us.

 Listen to Our Clients:
“Cook & Wiley reported my first case over 25 years ago and have been our firm’s go to reporters ever since. They are always reliable and professional but, more importantly, they are fun to work with…”

G.A (Chip) Kalbaugh,Jr
President,
Kalbaugh,Pfund & Messersmith, P.C.

“I am writing to offer my highest recommendation of Cook and Wiley. I have used them for over 30 years and cannot say enough good things about all aspects of their service. They are used exclusively by our firm and they never fail to do a great job.”

John C. Shea
Marks and Harrison

“I have been a trial lawyer for 34 years and have worked with dozens of court reporters. Lori Gerczak is hands down the best. She’s accurate and completely dependable. As important in long cases, she has a great attitude. She has reported several trial days for me that went past midnight and never lost her sense of humor.”

Tom Wolf, Esquire
LeClair Ryan