Auscript has moved to online ordering for the Federal Court of Australia, Family Court of Australia, Federal Circuit Court of Australia and Queensland Courts.

In line with this transition, Auscript will no longer be accepting paper order forms from 1 June, 2021. To place a transcript order, please visit our online portal.

At Auscript, we offer more than just transcripts. Our work affects the lives of people in our community and plays a critical role in our justice system. Since our beginnings in 1921, we’ve worked on some of the biggest cases in Australian history and each day we bear witness to justice as it happens. 

This year marks our century of court recording and transcription services for the Australian justice system and innovation continues to be at our forefront. 

Our team delivers approximately 2.3 million pages of transcript annually and records more than 200,000 hours of court proceedings per year across more than 450 courtrooms. We partner with courts across Australia to create accurate and timely transcripts, depended on by victims of crime, families, self-represented litigants, corporate clients and the media. 

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