Amicus Attorney is a good fit for firms that need a wide range of functions and features to manage their practice. It’s also good for firms that want the option to work from the cloud or their desktop. However, it’s probably not a good fit for those looking for templates that help streamline your workflow.
More About Amicus Attorney
Amicus Attorney is law practice management software designed to help you keep track of everything, from matters and documents to time tracking and accounting. You have three subscription options that offer varying degrees of services depending on your work and storage preferences: The Private Cloud, Amicus Attorney, and Amicus Online.
The Private Cloud is a totally private virtual workspace that lets you access your portal from anywhere—home, office, mobile or tablet. It offers all available features in the cloud, can securely integrate with Office 365 and has full-spectrum security that ensures a secure and compliant experience for users. Amicus Attorney is desktop software that allows your practice to be fully mobile with all data remaining on your firm’s server. Amicus Online runs over the internet in your browser—giving you the flexibility of cloud-based options with much simpler and streamlined features that you can access from your PC, Mac or tablet.
One downside is they don’t have any templates or an internal email server—however you can connect and sync email via Outlook.
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Amicus Attorney was launched in 1993 and Abacus Data Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Canada.
Amicus Attorney customer service is available 7 days a week by phone or online. Visit their support page.
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