Virtual tips from QLS Symposium 2021Tonisha Kelleher
We recently partnered with the Queensland Law Society for our first virtual exhibit to discuss the rapid adoption of technology in capturing, managing and distributing recordings and transcripts.
In a welcome address to the symposium attendees, QLS President Elizabeth Shearer reinforced the importance of maintaining accessibility to justice.
“As we start to look at the next phase of living with COVID-19, there has been a strong and clear message, from our members, that we must continue to advocate for many of the changes to legal processes that occurred in response to the pandemic to be retained,” Ms Shearer said.
By providing support for virtual hearings and advancing digital court recording systems, Auscript has been working closely with court administration executives, judges and industry partners to implement new ways of conducting proceedings.
The symposium’s theme was ‘Shaping the Legal Mind’, a virtual exhibition and networking event that addressed topics like the client journey, breakthrough lawyer and First Nations storytelling.
Well done to the Queensland Law Society for hosting an informative Symposium and adapting the format to ensure participants could attend virtually — we look forward to next year’s event.