The For The Record Group of companies including Auscript and FTR values the privacy of our Court customers and all court stakeholders who use and interact with our products and services.
As part of our commitment, we continually review our systems and processes to ensure we comply with applicable data protection and privacy laws.
On May 25, 2018, the General Data... Read More
Auscript and For The Record (FTR) are proud to announce we will be supporting the Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration’s (AIJA) Future Justice 2018 being held in Brisbane from 24–26 May.
As part of our support, it is with privilege that we are sponsoring The Right Hon Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, the former Lord Chief Justice, Head of the Judiciary... Read More
Auscript and For The Record are proud to announce we will be sponsoring the 14th Modernising Justice Conference being held in London on 12 June 2018.
The conference will explore the impact and future role of technology in central government, the police, prisons, courts and probation services – with a focus on innovation.
Auscript and For The Record are committed to... Read More
Imagine if your typical day “working from home” would help support justice in our courts? That’s the reality for hundreds of Auscript audio transcribers across the country (and world) whose jobs support our justice system.
Queensland-born global company Auscript has supported flexible working conditions for decades – because they lie at the very heart of its business model.
As an industry-leading... Read More
Daily transcripts of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry are being made available to the public.
Auscript, in conjunction with Law In Order, is producing the transcripts in real-time from the hearing room in Melbourne with the record of transcripts being published on the Commission’s website.
Auscript Chief Operating Officer, Kate Gaske said the... Read More
Court transcripts are considered crucial to court cases. We’re providing a ‘behind the scenes’ look at some of the people who produce Auscript transcripts for our justice system.
In 2018, Auscript celebrates five years of servicing Queensland and Western Australian courts – and Marilyn Beck is one of Auscript’s audio transcribers behind this crucial service.
A “free spirit” by nature, Marilyn... Read More
If you are a judge’s associate or court officer, you may already know them well: Auscript’s Central Monitoring - the team who help capture and manage the court recordings in Queensland and across Australia every day of the week.
They are part of Auscript’s operational frontline with an amazingly busy workday – and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
The... Read More
Auscript recently attended the 2018 Queensland Law Society’s (QLS) Symposium at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
More than 500 lawyers and legal professionals from around Queensland, including many Auscript customers, attended the two-day conference to discuss how the legal community will plan for, embrace, and thrive in the complexity of today’s legal practice.
As Auscript celebrates five years of servicing... Read More
International Women’s Day is the ideal time to salute homegrown heroes who support Queensland women through their toughest times.
The theme for International Women’s Day 2018 is “Leave no woman behind”, which perfectly describes the work of Women’s Legal Service (WLS), an organisation providing free legal and social work services to Queensland women.
This year alone, WLS will provide help to... Read More
Every day in Queensland, Auscript supports the justice community by delivering quality court transcripts.
As part of our ongoing work with the Queensland legal community, Auscript will again attend this week’s Queensland Law Society’s Symposium in Brisbane.
Auscript’s Client Services and Account Management representatives will be on hand to discuss the range of transcription services available from real-time transcription and the... Read More