Takeaways from the 2019 QLS SymposiumDawn Mahler
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 Brisbane. QLS President, Bill Potts and The Honourable Chief Justice Catherine Holmes provided insightful updates on the state of the legal profession in Queensland, and leading experts continued thought-provoking discussions on “breaking the mould” – staying proactive and competitive – in the current legal landscape.
Our team took away key learnings across the program streams – from eDocument management to Family Arbitrations – and Kerri Balaba, from Bennett & Philp Lawyers, took home an Amazon Echo from our draw:
“Thanks to the team at Auscript! One of my key takeaways from the Symposium was to embrace the ever-changing tech shaping our world and profession… so Alexa will be a welcome addition!”
Delegates had the chance to take in a Real-Time demo, ask transcription questions and find out more about our exclusive offer with running legend, Pat Carroll, to help our customers increase performance – in and outside the courtroom.
From the days when we ran tapes between courthouses to today providing Real-Time and Same Day Transcription Services – still hand-typed by our highly-skilled team – we are continuing to break the mould of traditional transcription services to make court records faster and more reliable.