CosmoLex Law Practice Management Software
CosmoLex is the new kid on the block in case management software. Can it can stand up to its entrenched competition?
MerusCase Law Practice Management Software
MerusCase may be a good option for California personal-injury and workers-compensation lawyers, but its lack of mobile access, opacity on pricing, and dated user interface mean there are many better options.
Rocket Matter Law Practice Management Software
From signing up to backing up your data to pricing info, this is what you need to know about Rocket Matter.
LexisNexis Firm Manager Law Practice Management Software
After a rocky start, LexisNexis completely redesigned Firm Manager with the help of a customer advisory board and input from hundreds of practicing lawyers. Here is everything you need to know about the new, improved, and redesigned Firm Manager.
MyCase Law Practice Management Software
Here’s what you need to know about MyCase, from getting started to using the mobile apps with your clients.
Clio Law Practice Management Software
Clio practice management software information and review.
The Future of Practice Management is in the Cloud
The trend towards the cloud has been pretty clear for some time, but walking the EXPO Hall at ABA TechShow made it clear that we have passed the tipping point for practice management software. The future is in the cloud.
Estate Map Review
Estate Map, a cloud-based tool for estate planning attorneys and consumers, embraces cloud-based technology and provides an easy way to store and share information about one's estate plan and related information.
Clio Releases its iPhone App
Clio's iPhone app shows that great legal software can be great-looking, too. If you are a Clio user, get it now, and start keeping track of your practice from your iPhone.
MyCase Releases Quickbooks Integration; Rocket Matter Revamps Client Portal
We go hands on with the new MyCase Quickbooks integration and Rocket Matter's revamped client portal. We also look at what these changes say about the long term visions of these tow practice management software providers.
Workflows: The MyCase Productivity Tool We’ve Been Waiting For?
This week practice management provider MyCase rolled out its Workflow tool to users. Workflows allow users to create a template of recurring tasks and calendar entries and apply them to matters with one click, and create the same tasks and calendar entries whenever necessary in a new matter.
MyCase Adds “Workflow” Task and Appointment Templates
MyCase is days away from launching a really cool new feature: Workflows. Workflows are date-based task templates. Here’s the idea. Let’s say you schedule a dispositive motion for August 28, 2013, in federal court. In Minnesota, that means your brief is due 42 days earlier, on July 17th. The response will be due 21 days […]
Q: What Practice Management Software Should I Use?
This is one of the most-common questions I get from lawyers. Unfortunately, most lawyers skip the necessary preliminary question: Should I use practice management software?
Total Attorneys Raises the Price on its Practice Management Software [UPDATED]
Total Attorneys has raised the price of its practice management software to $20/month for up to 2 users, $40/month for 3–10 users.
Clio Updates with NetDocuments and Xero Integration, Promises an iPhone App “Worth the Wait”
Clio just announced two integrations that add robust backoffice accounting (Xero) and serious document management (NetDocuments) to its already-great practice management package. Clio’s CEO, Jack Newton, also said his developers are putting together a mobile app that will be “worth the wait” (his words). I obviously don’t know exactly what he means by that, but […]