Lawcus is a good fit for firms looking for a simple and visual software that heavily focuses on task management and the workflow process. It’s also great for firms that want to collaborate and communicate easily and transparently with colleagues. However, it’s probably not a good fit for firms that need full accounting capabilities with their practice management software.
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Lawcus has customizable workflows that visually look similar to Trello, a popular project management platform. You can add matters, tag and mention colleagues on specific tasks, set due dates, move matters through stages, and more. You can set up email notifications so you never miss a comment, meeting or due date, or subscribe to matters so you receive notifications. Their calendar widget even lets you link up meetings with specific matters so you can track of everything going on in a case. When it comes to document management, you can save time with their automated pre-saved templates. Communicate with clients via their secure client portal, where you can also assign them tasks and share documents. Lawcus has support for Spanish speakers, a rare feature for law practice management software, and there are other language integrations on the way. Although Lawcus doesn’t have their own email platform built-in, you can integrate your Gmail, Outlook, Office 365, Exchange, Yahoo, AOL, and iCloud accounts. You can drag emails and attachments right into folders and labels. As of now, they don’t have any calendar or contact integrations with third parties but are expected to launch them in the future. With no accounting, billing, invoicing or bookkeeping built into the software (and no mention of building these capabilities anytime soon), you’ll need to find another way to track business expenses, payments, and more.
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Lawcus was founded in 2014. Lawcus LLC is headquartered in San Diego.