We know everyone’s schedule is hectic in the lead up to the holiday season. Like your own diaries, we aim to plan carefully to ensure timely transcript delivery, no matter what time of year. Need a transcript before 25 December? Customers are encouraged to order transcripts due prior to the holiday season now. This will assist us to prioritise... Read More
For legal teams, judges and parties to court proceedings, real-time transcription offers a breakthrough.
Receiving an instantaneous verbatim transcript directly to a device –
just split-seconds behind the spoken word – can have major benefits in terms of
time, collaboration, clarity and in-court decision-making.
Auscript is the industry leader in delivering Real-Time Transcription Services throughout Australia and are now also offering our... Read More
Auscript and For The Record were proud to be sponsors of the seventh annual Legal Profession Breakfast recently held in Brisbane, raising awareness for Women’s Legal Service Queensland.
Service is a vital community centre that provides life changing legal help to
Queensland women and their children, who are impacted by domestic violence. Over
20,000 women were helped by Women’s Legal... Read More
MyAuscript upgrades: online ordering made faster and easier
Legal professionals and parties to proceedings will enjoy faster online ordering with clever new features from MyAuscript, Auscript's online transcript ordering portal.
More than seven years ago, Auscript introduced MyAuscript: the world’s first online portal to order, purchase and deliver recordings and transcripts.
Since then, Auscript has continuously upgraded and enhanced the service
based on... Read More
Walking, jogging and running over the river and through
Brisbane this past Sunday, Auscript and For The Record team members came
together as the “Running Transcripts” team in the annual Bridge to Brisbane fun
Through an incredible effort from everyone across the organisation, we not only surpassed our fundraising goals supporting the Women’s Legal Service QLD (WLS), but our team truly was... Read More
Auscript and For The Record were proud to sponsor Convergence, the Australian Bar Association’s 2019 Biennial International Conference, in Singapore earlier this month.
Senior members of the Australian and Asia Pacific legal profession received updates on a range of commercial law and litigation topics, including the latest breakthroughs in our technology and proven processes supporting international litigation, arbitration and dispute... Read More
Auscript and For The Record (FTR) will be supporting Convergence, the Australian Bar Association’s 2019 Biennial International Conference, in Singapore this week.
As the world-class conference for litigators, Convergence will bring together senior members of the Australian and Asia Pacific legal profession, government, academia and media, including The Hon Chief Justice Susan Kiefel AC, High Court of Australia, The Hon... Read More
Proceedings in some Queensland courts were delayed this morning due to a disruption to the TPG fibre network restricting the ability to stream court audio for storage and transcription purposes.
Court recording and transcription provider Auscript confirmed that they identified an issue with TPG’s network before 7.30am this morning while completing daily tests of Auscript’s technology in all Queensland Courts.
Upon... Read More
Every day in Queensland, Auscript helps provide access to justice by delivering fast, precise and secure court recordings and transcripts. As part of our ongoing support to the Queensland legal community, Auscript recently attended the 2019 Queensland Law Society’s (QLS) Symposium.
More than 500 lawyers and legal professionals from around Queensland, including many Auscript customers, attended the two-day conference in... Read More
Queensland’s world-leading court reporting and transcription company Auscript today welcomed the new focus on innovation foreshadowed by the State Government in its restructuring of transcript services.
After last year extending Auscript’s existing contract for Queensland court reporting services by two years, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath today confirmed the state will implement a new service delivery model when... Read More