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 that ensure every person living with a disability has positive digital experiences—whether they are accessing content, resources, websites, digital platforms, remote/hybrid proceedings, or... Read More
Announcing FTR RealTime: An Automated Speech-to-Text Transcription Service for Courtrooms
For The Record continues a 30-year legacy of ground–breaking legal technology with the release of FTR RealTime. The sophisticated, speech-to-text transcription service maintains pace with the spoken word while processing dialects, complex legal terminology, and multiple languages. With unprecedented accuracy of up to 95%, FTR RealTime eliminates the need to hire costly... Read More
Editor’s note: the section on digital court recording and the court reporter shortage has been updated to more accurately reflect the nuances of the industry and the roles that contribute to it.
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... Read More
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 unpredictable societal disruptions.
Today, we are looking at the major trends in court technology that we have seen––and enabled––throughout the year.
Predictability and reliability in technological solutions offer certainty in an uncertain world. Court users expect the technology they use to operate as expected and... Read More
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 support the courtroom of the future—the hybrid court.
FTR Gold version 7 dramatically improves the quality, capacity, and accessibility of audio and video recorded in both physical... Read More
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 social justice challenges.
With the judiciary under increasing pressure to reduce backlogs while maintaining fair and accessible courts, For the Record Vice President of Justice... Read More