Lawcus is intuitive, workflow-focused law practice management software that’s especially useful for productivity focused law firms with well-defined systems and processes.
Productivity focus. While most law practice management software is good for organizing information, Lawcus is also focused on velocity—moving your cases from intake to closing letter. Firms that use contingent or flat fees, or that have systems built to scale, will find this focus especially valuable.
Redesigned User Interface. Lawcus recently updated (Jan 30, 2019) its user interface to make it 3x faster. It includes updated client intake forms you can embed into your website, a LawPay and Quickbooks integration, and a way to create and send trust requests.
Secure client communication portal. Lawcus is built around collaboration, and that includes your clients. You can share documents and messages, but you can also assign tasks to your clients and schedule appointments with them.
Lawcus starts at $39/user/month, but most firms will want to take advantage of email integration, Zapier integration, premium support, and API access. Those features come with the Plus plan, which is $49/user/month.
Firms with more than 50 users should ask about enterprise pricing.
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Things You Might Want To Know
Client intake features. With Lawcus, you can easily create custom client intake forms to email, embed onto your website, or provide a link to your intake form. You’ll be able to create intake forms that feature multiple choice or fill-in answers, multiple pages, or even conditional logic for a more pointed intake process.
Kanban boards. You don’t have to know anything about Agile project management to use Lawcus, but if you do you will feel right at home building your workflows in its Kanban-style boards. And if you prefer lists to boards, you can switch views.
Full API and Zapier integration. Lawcus has a full API and supports Zapier, where all its integrations are updated instantly. In short, if you want to connect Lawcus to any other web-based software, you should be able to.
Other integrations. Aside from its API, LawPay, QuickBooks, and Zapier integrations, Lawcus also integrates with DropBox, One Drive, and Google Drive to allow you to upload and sync files between your accounts.
Who Lawcus is For
Lawcus would be a good fit for solo attorneys and firms with fewer than 20 people who are looking for a straight-forward and transparent law practice management software they can use anywhere with a connection.