Auscript is proud to have been a major sponsor of today’s Legal profession White Ribbon Day breakfast at Brisbane City Hall, featuring a keynote address by esteemed journalist and human rights advocate Tara Moss and Magistrate Colin Strofield of the Southport Specialist Domestic Violence Court.
The event was in support of White Ribbon Day – the national day to end violence against... Read More
Auscript has once again shown its support for the future of the legal profession, as a Gold sponsor of Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ) Annual Awards Night held last week.
WLAQ President Cassandra Heilbronn commended Auscript for its commitment to the event for the second year in a row.
“It is great to have Auscript supporting women in the profession,... Read More
Auscript has thrown its support behind the future leaders of the New South Wales legal profession, sponsoring one of the state’s major legal fundraising events of 2016.
Auscript is the major sponsor for tonight’s NSW Law Society’s Annual Young Professionals Charity Ball – another example of the company’s commitment to support the legal fraternity in every facet of its work.
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Photo: Auscript Account Manager Martin Diver, QLS President Bill Potts and Auscript Client Services Officer David Gray at the QLS Criminal Law Conference.
Auscript has affirmed its commitment to the Queensland legal profession, by sponsoring today’s Queensland Law Society Criminal Law Conference in Brisbane.
Auscript is providing support to the event and has made its team available to the lawyers and... Read More
Auscript has supported the future of Australia’s family law industry by sponsoring the Queensland Law Society’s (QLS) Family Law Residential on the Gold Coast this week.
Court recording and transcription firm, Auscript, sponsored the keynote address by Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia, the Honourable Chief Justice Diana Bryant AO, on adapting to the changing legal landscape.
Auscript General Manager Kate Gaske said... Read More
Ground-breaking court innovations that Auscript is helping to develop were recently revealed to the world in London at the Modernising Justice Conference.
Auscript’s exclusive Australian court recording technology partner, For The Record (FTR), revealed what the court record of the future could look like when the Company’s President and Chief Technology Officer Tony Douglass shared the stage with pre-eminent court technology... Read More
Auscript has continued its record of backing Australia’s legal industry by sponsoring the Australian Bar Association and Victorian Bar Association’s annual Advanced Trial Advocacy Intensive course.
The five-day course, held at the Federal Court of Australia in Melbourne, trains legal practitioners in the essential skills of presenting an application, opening a case, examining-in-chief, cross-examining and making a closing address.
Auscript supported the... Read More
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... Read More
Auscript’s annual National Excellence Award winners were revealed at the Company’s Head Office Christmas Party in Brisbane this week. The Auscript Excellence Awards recognise and reward team members who have continuously made an outstanding contribution to the organisation while upholding the Company’s values of success, accountability, focus, simplicity, respect and collaborative innovation.
Auscript AV Team Leader Bradley Davies received the highest accolade of the... Read More
The company responsible for recording and transcribing Queensland court proceedings has today unconditionally endorsed the recommendations handed down by the Auditor-General to improve the court reporting process.
The Auditor-General found that outsourcing court reporting services will save Queensland taxpayers $22.6 million over the life of the Auscript contract if the State Government exercises all contract options.
Further, the audit also found that “the... Read More