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Auscript partners with Monash University to deliver future focused forum

Australia’s largest recording and transcription provider, Auscript, has again demonstrated its commitment to Australia’s legal system by backing a key forum on innovative approaches to funding access to justice.

Auscript partnered with Monash University’s Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (ACJI) to sponsor a panel discussion within ACJI’s The Future of Civil Procedure: Innovation & Inertia forum.

The Auscript-sponsored panel discussed various perspectives and approaches to funding legal services in the civil justice system.

Auscript General Manager Kate Gaske said the Company was committed to working with the Australian legal community to continue to drive innovation and efficiencies within the sector.

“For 2016, we are directing our focus towards boosting our collaborative efforts with the wider legal and judicial sector,” Ms Gaske said.

“Auscript is a company awarded for its innovation, so it’s important to us that we connect and support like-minded organisations such as ACJI who are also driving research and advancements within the justice system.”

The Future of Civil Procedure: Innovation & Inertia forum featured a keynote address by Chief Justice of Victoria, The Hon Marilyn Warren AC, on the role of courts in a changing environment.

The expert panel featured:

  • University of New South Wales Association Professor Michael Legg
  • Former Productivity Commission Commissioner Dr Warren Mundy
  • Law Institute of Victoria President Steven Sapountsis
  • Law and Justice Foundation of NSW Director Geoff Mulherin

The Australian Centre for Justice Innovation is a research and teaching centre that is a joint initiative between the Faculty of Law at Monash and the Australasian Institute for Judicial Administration (AIJA). For more information on ACJI click here.