Auscript has today acquired another of the United Kingdom’s most reputable transcription companies, W B Gurney & Sons (Gurney’s).
The move further cements Auscript’s position in the United Kingdom following the acquisition of Margaret Wort & Co in March, and supports our expanding global service.
Established in 1735, Gurney’s has provided verbatim reporting and transcription services for more than 250 years,... Read More
Auscript was proud to be a key sponsor of New South Wales (NSW) Law Society’s Golden Gavel competition where ten young lawyers took to the stage to battle it out for the public speaking crown.
The NSW Golden Gavel, held during National Law Week, has run since 1993. It is a public-speaking competition that focuses on legal topics and is... Read More
Auscript was proud to show its support of the Women’s Legal Service at the annual Dancing CEOs gala on May 5 where the Service hit a new fundraising record of $260,000.
As the exclusive provider of recording and transcription services to the Federal Circuit Court, Family Court of Australia and the Queensland Courts, Auscript has proudly supported the Women’s Legal... Read More
Auscript today announced that it had acquired UK transcription firm Margaret Wort & Co to support its expanding global court transcription service.
Margaret Wort & Co will now operate as part of Auscript’s UK operations to deliver high-quality transcription services.
Auscript Chief Operating Officer Kate Gaske said both companies had a rich history and proven track record in their respective markets.
“As... Read More
Auscript today announced it had opened a London office to support its transcription service delivery to clients across the United Kingdom.
While the Company has been operating in Australia since 1921, with existing offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart and Perth, the London opening marks Auscript’s first international workplace.
Auscript Chief Operating Officer Kate Gaske said the Company was looking... Read More
At Auscript, we are keenly aware of the role technology increasingly plays in the lives of all involved in the judicial process. While we may not be using virtual reality to review the court record this year, or even this decade, it is very interesting to consider the role technology will play in the courtroom in future.
By Tony Douglass, Chief Technology Officer – Auscript.
Right now in Williamsburg, Virginia, in the world’s most technologically advanced courtroom – the McGlothlin courtroom – a mock trial is being filmed in 360 degrees.
The McGlothlin courtroom has this year installed a full HD, four channel video recording solution from Auscript’s parent company, For The Record, and is now experimentally... Read More