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Legal software translates your professional skills into work product, enhances your productivity, prevents missed deadlines, helps you get paid, and keeps track of your money.
The software lawyers use is often just regular productivity software, used by lawyers. But some, like practice management software, is specifically designed for lawyers.
We’ve got lots of tips, tricks, and tutorials for popular legal software:
We could, but you probably wouldn’t listen. But in case you mean it, here is our legal technology shopping list for new solos.
Yes. In fact, you probably do already. Here’s more on the cloud.
Probably, if you have more than one device and you want to be able to access the same files from all of them. Here are some of the most popular options:
Yes. A thousand million times yes.
There are plenty of options, but we think you should just get CrashPlan.
If your firm has more than one person, you really should consider practice management software to keep track of everything. If you are solo, you could probably get by without practice management software, but you will probably want it anyway.
Our user guides will help you figure out which practice management software might be a good fit for your firm.
For information about other options, browse all our practice management software posts or use the search box to find what you are looking for.
There are basically two options:
(N.b., FreshBooks is not accounting software, despite its “cloud accounting” branding.)
If you need to track your time and bill clients (and if your accounting software doesn’t handle your billing), then yes. Here are some great timekeeping and billing software options.
Or if you just need timekeeping, here are some ways to track of your time.
Yep. Here are some alternatives to Acrobat.
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Last updated 2016-06-30.