Leap is a good fit for small firms looking for a robust desktop solution with mobile apps. It is probably not a good fit for those looking for an inexpensive solution for managing their practice as, at $149 per user per month, it costs more than most law practice management software.
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LEAP 365 is a cloud-based law practice management software designed for small-firm attorneys. It combines an integrated document management system, trust accounting, time recording, and billing. Because everything runs in the cloud, LEAP users can merge letters, forms, and templates with client data anywhere.
With LEAP’s mobile apps, you have full access to all your matters, contacts, documents, correspondence, and more while you’re on-the-go. The mobile apps sync automatically to the cloud, so you are always up to date. You can also send and receive secure emails and make calls, all within the mobile app. Your email correspondence will automatically be added to your electronic matter.
LEAP has an extensive library of document templates and preconfigured matter types, helping cut down on data entry by automating your most commonly-used forms. Access up-to-date forms via their comprehensive range of legal forms, and take advantage of their extensive array of legal reports that help you track depositions and communicate with third parties, such as attorneys or court reporters.
LEAP’s robust document management system means you can convert documents to PDF, perform full-text searching, scan from your mobile device, and more. Although LEAP lacks full accounting capabilities, you can improve organizational efficiency by using their integrations for accounting with QuickBooks Online, email with Office 365, and RapidPay for credit card processing.
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For an explanation of these features, read the law practice management software overview.
LEAP was launched in 1992 and the Leap Legal Software headquarters are in Australia.