We have been providing a premium service to the legal profession since 1952 from within our Edinburgh City Centre West End offices.
We provide documentation for the Sheriff Court, the Court of Session and the UK Supreme Court, as well as bundles and documents for Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
Your Court documentation can be produced in both electronic and in hardcopy format
We deliver court documentation that conforms to all current Court Practice Directives and our expert team will work with you to create and produce your final output. End to end service from creation of Record to Transcription of hearings through to complete Appeal Bundle.
We fully understand the pressures you have to contend with and will work with you to deliver to tight deadlines.
We provide access to your documents from our Extranet, our secure in-house web based tool which allows access at anytime and from anywhere, to all or selected parties to allow proof, amendments, changes. An online collaborative case specific working folder to allow collaboration from all parties where you/we can upload large electronic files to allow reviewing and amending of working documents prior to creating the final version.
We pride ourselves in our quality of work, the service we provide, and all that we do.
We handle anything from a single page to large bundles and we treat each job with the same care, attention to detail and professionalism, and can advise on document structure based on your needs and our experience. We enhance and clean originals to make them more readable, removing errors, marks and flaws. We can even source originals if publicly available.
Upload your audio files to our secure online storage facility and our experienced transcriber will prepare your documentation within the allocated timescale. Our experienced transcriber has over 20 years office experience and has extensive legal and medical terminology knowledge.
Examples of work which you could have produced by McNeill & Cadzow include:-
All work will be produced to an exacting standard and can be undertaken at short notice or outwith office hours.
Your digital recording could easily be copied onto multiple memory sticks to share with your colleagues.
I appreciate that dealing with the many changes cannot have been easy and your professionalism and persistence in pursuit of accuracy and excellence in presentation of this document is much appreciated.
...very pleased to get the hard copy authorities and it made us look good so thanks as ever ladies!
Please pass on my thanks to your team for turning this around so quickly.
It is very much appreciated.
I am grateful to you for all of your help on this case.
Happy to be guided by your experience on the proper order of things.
I know it was far from straightforward, and it is much appreciated.
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