is cloud-based law practice management software that is priced by the case instead of by the user. Highlights

Cloud or local. You can use it on’s cloud servers, but you can also install it on your own server—although this option is promoted to “enterprise”-level firms on the website.

Granular permissions. You can grant or restrict access to each case, which means you can wall lawyers off from cases or limit access by your staff.

Case and billing templates. comes pre-loaded with case templates for popular types of cases. Here’s the estate planning template, for example:

You can also create your own case templates, billing templates, and upload your own document templates.

Workflows. You can automate some workflows by defining triggering conditions and results.

Here’s the official overview of

Pricing is free to use for up to 10 cases. For more cases, is priced according to the number of active cases you have, not according to the number of users.

You can either pay as you go for 99¢/case/month, or you can buy a package of 50 or more cases, which starts at $35/month. Basically, you’ll want to buy a package if you have more than 35 active cases. After 35, the more cases you have, the more you’ll save over the pay-as-you-go plan.

Here’s how that compares to more traditional per-user pricing. Let’s say your firm has 10 lawyers each managing 20 files (200 active files, total). If you were paying $40/user/month, that would be $400/month. With, on the other hand, you’d pay just $119/month. So, depending on your ratio of users to cases, might be a lot cheaper.


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Starting Price
Web app
Email Client
Client/Contact Mgmt
Case/Matter Mgmt
Task Management
Secure Portal
Conflict Checking
Document Mgmt
Document Assembly
Billing & Invoicing
Online Payments
Trust Accounting
Basic Bookkeeping
Full Accounting

Things You Might Want to Know

Development roadmap. Since it is fairly new, there are more features to come. Planned upgrades include Office 365 (including Outlook) and QuickBooks integrations, and trust accounting.

Current integrations. Right now integrates only with Gmail and Dropbox.

Mobile apps. There are no mobile apps yet, but the web app is mobile responsive so you can use it in the browser on your phone or tablet.

New tabs. Many actions in open a new tab/window in your browser, which is different than what you might be used to in other browser-based software.

User interface quirks. Some UI elements might take some getting used to if you are accustomed to common cloud software UI conventions. For example, each case has “participants” (i.e., in the case) and “users” (i.e., people who have access to the file in And when a form field is blocked, it’s not always clear why.

Who Should Consider

If you would save money under’s pricing structure, you probably owe it to yourself to give it a look. If you like the pricing and the software as-is, it might be worth sticking around while executes on its development roadmap.

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