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CourtServe Court list publisher
Courtel Communications delivers a comprehensive court list distribution service in electronic format to the legal community in England and Wales. Courtel's business is geared to enhancing efficiency for court related professions by supplying a secure, reliable digital delivery service across a wide range of court lists.
It's not what we do, it's the way that we do it that sets us apart.
It's our focus on delivering the highest standard of service with a personal touch that really makes the difference.
Courtel Communications has been working with the Ministry of Justice for 20 years. Through CourtServe, we provide a full range of distribution services of lists published by all Crown Courts, County Courts (civil & family), the Royal Courts of Justice (RCJ), Rolls Building and the Employment Tribunals.
We receive and process over 2,300 lists from the Crown Courts every week. We also distribute over 1,800 lists every week from the Royal Courts of Justice, the Rolls Building, the County Courts (civil & family) and all Employment Tribunals.
We offer three distribution technologies:
- CourtServe 2000 providing reliable, near real time delivery and alerting of lists for legal professionals.
- Email Express providing automated email delivery of selected lists minutes after they are published by the Courts and Tribunals - RCJ Express, Crown Express, County Express, Employment Tribunal Express.
- www.courtserve.net providing free access to public lists.