At Auscript, we understand the effect court proceedings have on women and families and how they depend on us to capture every word. As a proud Queensland employer and a proud contributor to the state’s justice system, it was our absolute privilege to support the annual Legal Profession Breakfast at Brisbane City Hall benefiting Women’s Legal Service (WLS).
Women’s Legal... Read More
Auscript is a provider of Same Day transcription services for some of the most important public inquiries, known as Royal Commissions.
Royal Commissions have been held in Australia at a Federal level since 1902 and are the highest form of inquiry on matters of public importance.
Over the past few years Auscript has assisted in the Royal Commission into the Protection... Read More
As Auscript celebrates five years of court transcription services for both the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) and Western Australia Department of Justice, we recognise the contributions of our entire team—with special recognition for the five-year anniversaries of 58 outstanding team members.
From Audio Transcribers, to Court Monitors, Annotators and Document Mergers, these valued employees have supported the... Read More
The Western Australia Department of Justice (WA DoJ) has appointed Auscript as its recording and transcription service provider for an additional five years under the new contract term commencing in December 2018.
This selection is a testament to Auscript’s ongoing performance delivering high quality recording and transcription services to the state since 2013. Auscript’s local team of recording, transcription and... Read More
Live streamed audio and transcripts of the Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin are being made available to the public daily.
Auscript and For The Record are producing transcripts that are delivered throughout the day from the hearing room in South Australia with the live stream of audio being published on the Commission’s website.
Auscript Chief Operating Officer, Kate Gaske said... Read More
Auscript will today start servicing the Supreme Court of Victoria as the provider of Real-Time, Running and Deferred transcription services for all civil matters.
The new services will be delivered by our local team of audio transcribers, court reporters and court monitors, as well as a dedicated Client Services team, in our Melbourne office.
Auscript’s flexible range of services will... Read More
We’re going ‘behind the scenes’ with Client Services – one of the many teams that help deliver over 2.5 million pages of Auscript’s transcripts on-time, precisely and securely each year to our clients across Australia.
As one of Auscript’s frontline teams, Client Services receives and processes hundreds of court transcript orders each day for judicial officers, lawyers and parties to... Read More
The Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) has extended its contract with Auscript for another two years until 2021, with an option to further extend to 2023.
Auscript has been DJAG’s exclusive court recording and transcription services provider for the past five years.
During this time Auscript and the Queensland Government have together established a digital recording and transcription solution... Read More
Auscript has been appointed as the preferred provider of real-time, running and deferred transcription services for all civil proceedings in the Supreme Court of Victoria from 1 July.
The Supreme Court appointment extends Auscript’s relationship with Court Services Victoria which already includes supporting the Victorian Government Reporting Service and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
This latest contract also cements the... Read More
Queensland-born global company Auscript celebrates five years of servicing the Queensland courts in 2018 and we’re going ‘behind the scenes’ to talk with one of our audio transcribers who work remotely from the courtroom and are key to delivering our industry-leading transcription service.
Alison White has been a court audio transcriber for 17 years, starting in Cairns at the State... Read More