ProLaw is a good fit for firms looking for an all-in-one solution to managing their practice. It’s also great for managing the financial side of your business with their full accounting features and flexible billing and invoicing. However, it’s probably not a good fit if you’re looking for an internal email platform.
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ProLaw is a law practice management software designed with an emphasis on running the accounting side of your business. Their full accounting feature can manage your general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, trust accounting, bank reconciliation, budgeting, and cost recovery, as well as deliver detailed financial reports. Invoicing and billing are made easy with flexible billing rates, fees, frequencies, and more. You can also accept credit card payments via their ClientPay for ProLaw feature. Track your time when you work in Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat Reader with ProLaw’s automatic timer. Whenever you’re working in one of these applications, you’ll get a pop-up notification asking if you’re ready to track billable hours. Time worked will automatically be added as a time entry in ProLaw. As for calendaring, you can use ProLaw’s in-house calendar by itself or sync it with your Outlook calendar. Make appointments, set up reminders and rank tasks based on importance. When it comes to document management, you can store multiple file types for any given case, including video, emails, photos, audio files, and more. You have the ability to cross-reference files to multiple matters, clients, and events. When you’re assembling documents, you can choose from pre-made templates, create bulk entries, and automatically convert any document into a PDF. Although ProLaw doesn’t have its own internal email platform, you have the option of linking your Outlook account with ProLaw. With one click, you can copy emails and attachments to the appropriate case.
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