Auscript also provides transcription services to other Courts throughout Australia.
Auscript can provide transcription services to the following Courts and Tribunals:
DotAG: Western Australia Department of the Attorney-General
Auscript provides transcription services for the Western Australia Department of the Attorney-General. The courts we service include:
Our court monitors attend many courtrooms throughout Western Australia in order to provide a detailed record of proceedings, particularly in the Supreme Court of WA and Family Court of WA.
If you are interested in receiving a copy of a transcript from the courts mentioned above, please contact the relevant court registry for more information.
AAT: Administrative Appeals Tribunal
Auscript can provide transcription services for the AAT. The requirements change depending on the Division.
VGRS: Victorian Government Reporting Services
Auscript provides transcription support to VGRS as an active participant in a group of panel providers
Upon request from VGRS, Auscript will produce Criminal and Coronial transcripts on either a Running or Deferred Turnaround.
Should you wish to order a transcript for this jurisdiction, please contact the Registry directly on (03) 9603 9134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NCAT: NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Auscript can transcribe NCAT matters where the audio can be supplied to us by the ordering client. Audio of NCAT proceedings can be obtained by contacting the Tribunal directly. Once the audio has been provided, Auscript will provide an estimate of costs for the production of your transcript.
Should you wish to request audio for this jurisdiction, please visit www.ncat.nsw.gov.au for more information.
VCAT: Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Auscript can transcribe VCAT matters, though the request for a transcript must be lodged directly with the Tribunal. Once the audio of the proceedings has been provided by the Tribunal, Auscript will provide an estimate of costs for the production of your transcript. Before the transcript can be delivered, the Tribunal will review the document. This process can take two to three weeks and is at the discretion of the Tribunal.
Should you wish to order a transcript for this jurisdiction, please visit www.vcat.vic.gov.au for more information.