Transcribing legal documents has become a common aspect of any job
description in the legal industry.
Law firms and legal professionals routinely utilize digital dictation to
prepare any number of documents and files, including briefs, legal letters,
reports, deposition statements, memorandums, court proceedings and public
hearings. This can make for a mountain of digital audio files that need
Legal professionals can ease the burden of their transcribing duties by
utilizing digital transcription software. Such tools make the task much easier and
faster to transcribe legal documents. They provide tools and functions that make
a recording easy to follow with the best possible sound. Easing the burden of
the process means those tasked with transcribing documents can reduce the
turnaround time of the task, while also ensuring the finished products are as
accurate as possible.
And once the file is entered to a system, it is easily transferred between
secretaries and fellow legal counsel.
“Using the outdated cassette tape technology would be like using a rotary dial cell phone”, states Paul Ross of American Dictation Corp. “It just does not make sense when the available technology is considered” Cassette recording quality is questionable at best and the transferring of data is not secure and cumbersome, requiring physical tape delivery.
The benefits of digital technology are perhaps most evident during the file transfer phase. Voice files can be automatically transferred to the legal secretary via simple network mapping, e-mail, or FTP file transfer, or a combination of all three.
Transcription software and tools for legal professional and a wide range of
other industries are available at American Dictation Corp. . There, professionals
can also learn all they need to know about deploying a digital dictation and