Quicklegal is an all-in-one practice management solution for solo attorneys or larger teams. Besides offering the features attorneys have come to demand from case management software, such as time tracking, matter management, and to-do lists, Quicklegal also offers access to leads, malpractice insurance, and legal research.
These days, clients expect that their attorney will have client information at their fingertips, which means making sure that the practice management software you choose allows you to access that information from anywhere. Quicklegal accomplishes this by having both a web interface and apps for iOS and Android, ensuring that you will always be able to find a key document or contact information. Quicklegal also has a consumer-facing app which potential clients can use to seek out attorney advice.
Besides offering practice management tools, Quicklegal also offers malpractice insurance, which covers clients who connect with you through the Quicklegal platform.1
A subscription to Quicklegal also means you have access to CLEs that can be taken via web browser, tablet, or phone. Finally, a subscription to Quicklegal offers access to qualified phone leads, increasing the possibility of growth for your firm.
How to Get it
Quicklegal offers a free 30-day trial that will give the user access to a limited range of Quicklegal services, including case and document management, contacts, calendaring, and time management. Quicklegal also offers a tiered price point model, with a basic plan for $29.99 monthly, a standard plan for $179.99 monthly, and an executive plan for $499 monthly. Normally, the malpractice insurance is only included with the executive plan. However, the first 500 readers to sign up for Quicklegal’s $29.99 plan with the code “lawyerist” will receive 6 months of malpractice insurance free. Those that sign up for the $179.99 plan will receive 12 months of malpractice insurance for free.
Malpractice insurance excludes coverage for intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, securities, and entertainment law. Malpractice insurance will not cover attorneys with numerous or unusual claims against previous insurance policies. ↩