Epiq, a global leader in the legal services industry, today announced it has retained a contract with the Northern Territory (NT) Courts until 2023. The partnership encompasses more than 30 courtrooms across the NT Supreme and Magistrates Courts, Northern Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NTCAT) in Darwin and Alice Springs, as well as remotely monitored circuits across the state.
“Epiq has held this contract for nearly 30 years, and we are delighted that we will continue to provide digital audio recording, monitoring, and transcription services for all the courts in NT,” said Charlotte Pache, senior vice president and managing director, Epiq. “The team is Darwin-based and can provide on-demand transcription, and also monitor remotely across all locations.”
“The Northern Territory is pleased to continue its long relationship with Epiq and we look forward to working together to provide a first-rate transcription and recording service for the courts, tribunals, and people of the Northern Territory,” said Chris Cox, NT executive director of courts and tribunals.
Epiq holds a range of similar contracts in Australia, including the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Fair Work Commission, where we provide high-quality recording and transcription services for hearings.
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