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World Day of Social Justice 2024: Bridging Gaps and Building Alliances in the Justice System

On World Social Justice Day, we’re reflecting on the theme of “bridging gaps, building alliances.” In the pursuit of a more just world, modernizing court processes while ensuring they are people-centric is crucial for enhancing access to justice. […]

Examining the 2023 Year-End Report on the US Federal Judiciary

Chief Justice John Roberts recently released the 2023 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary, highlighting the evolution of technology within the general legal landscape and the Federal Judiciary […]

Artificial Intelligence in the Justice System: Navigating the Nuances of Natural Language Processing and ChatGPT

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in the justice system has been a groundbreaking development in recent years. This year, there has been ample discussion around the implications of the use of AI—often without considering the nuances […]

Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping the Legal System and Revolutionizing Access to Justice

In an era marked by technological advancements and transformative breakthroughs, artificial intelligence (AI) continues to reshape various industries, offering new and unique opportunities for growth and efficiency. In recent years, the legal […]

Accepting the Paradigm Shift: Technology in the Legal Justice System

The legal justice system is amid a paradigm shift—a transition from relying on manual, time-consuming processes to incorporating technology that improves access, operations, and […]

Court reporter shortage: A misnomer with a people-centered solution?

The U.S. “court reporter shortage,” which Californian court officials this month labelled “a crisis,” can be resolved without descending into a jobs-versus-technology argument. Best-practice digital court recording systems already provide an […]

Setting the Record Straight: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter | Part Three

For those not familiar with the nuanced and sophisticated world of capturing the court record, there are many perceptions and interests at odds with each other in the discussion about the future of court reporting. For several years, the industry […]

Working for the record: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter | Part Two

The appetite for courtroom modernization has experienced significant growth around the world and across America since the onset of the pandemic. Consequently, the level of innovation in legal and justice technology continues to build exponentially […]

The World of Capturing the Court Record: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter—Part One

The record turnout of digital court reporters and transcribers (gathering in-person for the first time since 2019) at the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT) Annual Conference in Milwaukee in June showed the […]

Accessibility in the courts: 32 years on from the Americans with Disabilities Act

Equal access to legal processes and the wider justice system is a fundamental right, granted by the U.S. Constitution and further reinforced by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Act, which became law in 1990, protects people […]

Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Ensuring digital inclusion and access to justice

The purpose of Global Accessibility Awareness Day is to educate people about digital access and inclusion. For policymakers, organizations, and technology providers in the legal and justice spaces, it is imperative to drive commitment to practices […]

2022 court technology trends: How access to technology will underpin access to justice

Given the unpredictability of the last two years, it may seem ambitious to make predictions for the justice system in 2022. As discussed in our wrap-up of the prominent court technology trends of 2021, technology is already transforming global […]

2021 court technology trends: How ‘disruption by design’ is future-proofing courts against the unpredictable

Innovative technological solutions for courts are underpinned by the concept of ‘disruption by design’––intentional and positive disruptions of traditional methods of administering justice for the benefit of all, in the face of […]

New recording software is world’s first to support hybrid courts

AV innovations respond to the post-2020 challenges courts face combining in-person and virtual hearings. For The Record, the global leader in digital court recording, has released the world’s first digital recording software to specifically […]

NACM legal minds predict court tech trends

Hundreds of leading minds in court management were represented at the National Association for Court Management’s Annual Conference this month to explore the ways technology could enhance accessibility to justice to meet today’s pandemic and […]

For The Record Granted Patent for Blockchain Verified Recordings

Innovative use of blockchain technology secures highest level of recording integrity for court systems, public safety, and other governmental hearings. For The Record, the global leader in digital court recording, has been granted an […]

World Day of Social Justice 2024: Bridging Gaps and Building Alliances in the Justice System

On World Social Justice Day, we’re reflecting on the theme of “bridging gaps, building alliances.” In the pursuit of a more just world, modernizing court processes while ensuring they are people-centric is crucial for enhancing access to justice. […]

Examining the 2023 Year-End Report on the US Federal Judiciary

Chief Justice John Roberts recently released the 2023 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary, highlighting the evolution of technology within the general legal landscape and the Federal Judiciary […]

Artificial Intelligence in the Justice System: Navigating the Nuances of Natural Language Processing and ChatGPT

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in the justice system has been a groundbreaking development in recent years. This year, there has been ample discussion around the implications of the use of AI—often without considering the nuances […]

Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping the Legal System and Revolutionizing Access to Justice

In an era marked by technological advancements and transformative breakthroughs, artificial intelligence (AI) continues to reshape various industries, offering new and unique opportunities for growth and efficiency. In recent years, the legal […]

Accepting the Paradigm Shift: Technology in the Legal Justice System

The legal justice system is amid a paradigm shift—a transition from relying on manual, time-consuming processes to incorporating technology that improves access, operations, and […]

Court reporter shortage: A misnomer with a people-centered solution?

The U.S. “court reporter shortage,” which Californian court officials this month labelled “a crisis,” can be resolved without descending into a jobs-versus-technology argument. Best-practice digital court recording systems already provide an […]

Setting the Record Straight: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter | Part Three

For those not familiar with the nuanced and sophisticated world of capturing the court record, there are many perceptions and interests at odds with each other in the discussion about the future of court reporting. For several years, the industry […]

Working for the record: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter | Part Two

The appetite for courtroom modernization has experienced significant growth around the world and across America since the onset of the pandemic. Consequently, the level of innovation in legal and justice technology continues to build exponentially […]

The World of Capturing the Court Record: Interview with a Digital Court Reporter—Part One

The record turnout of digital court reporters and transcribers (gathering in-person for the first time since 2019) at the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT) Annual Conference in Milwaukee in June showed the […]

Accessibility in the courts: 32 years on from the Americans with Disabilities Act

Equal access to legal processes and the wider justice system is a fundamental right, granted by the U.S. Constitution and further reinforced by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Act, which became law in 1990, protects people […]

Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Ensuring digital inclusion and access to justice

The purpose of Global Accessibility Awareness Day is to educate people about digital access and inclusion. For policymakers, organizations, and technology providers in the legal and justice spaces, it is imperative to drive commitment to practices […]

2022 court technology trends: How access to technology will underpin access to justice

Given the unpredictability of the last two years, it may seem ambitious to make predictions for the justice system in 2022. As discussed in our wrap-up of the prominent court technology trends of 2021, technology is already transforming global […]

2021 court technology trends: How ‘disruption by design’ is future-proofing courts against the unpredictable

Innovative technological solutions for courts are underpinned by the concept of ‘disruption by design’––intentional and positive disruptions of traditional methods of administering justice for the benefit of all, in the face of […]

New recording software is world’s first to support hybrid courts

AV innovations respond to the post-2020 challenges courts face combining in-person and virtual hearings. For The Record, the global leader in digital court recording, has released the world’s first digital recording software to specifically […]

NACM legal minds predict court tech trends

Hundreds of leading minds in court management were represented at the National Association for Court Management’s Annual Conference this month to explore the ways technology could enhance accessibility to justice to meet today’s pandemic and […]

For The Record Granted Patent for Blockchain Verified Recordings

Innovative use of blockchain technology secures highest level of recording integrity for court systems, public safety, and other governmental hearings. For The Record, the global leader in digital court recording, has been granted an […]