LEAP legal software is a law practice management system focused on small to medium-sized law firms across the globe. It has a hybrid installation with both on-premises and cloud components. This allows it to benefit from the mobility of the Cloud, while still using the stability of a desktop solution. Law offices looking for a cloud solution with many of the on-premises features will want to take a look at our LEAP software review.
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LEAP is a hybrid solution with both desktop and mobile apps. This means you can use it both remotely, and without internet connection (for a time). As it is constantly attempting to sync with your information in the cloud.
LEAP legal software starts at $149/user/month.
As of this review, LEAP software uses industry standard Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security when transferring information from your computer (or mobile device) to their cloud servers. Additionally, those cloud servers are located on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers where they are encrypted using AES-256 encryption. The likely vulnerability, if there is one, will be on the lawyer's local network, or if the office doesn't set-up two-factor authentication (2FA).
Yes. LEAP has a deep integration with Microsoft 365 (f/k/a Office 365), including time-tracking and two-way sync in Outlook, document automation in Word, and collaboration in Teams.
No. At the time of this review, LEAP legal software does not integrate directly with Google Workspace.
Yes. LEAP has strong accounting functionality. This includes some of the more elusive Trust Accounting features such as three-way reconciliation, and customizable reporting.
Yes, through its integration with RapidPay, and with LawPay LEAP allows users to accept online payments and offer email and text message invoicing.
At the time of this review, LEAP legal software does not have a Zapier integration. However, through their integration marketplace they allow developers to connect other applications that have an API.
Yes, LEAP has a relatively strong document assembly function comparable to solutions like Smokeball.
LEAP legal software exists as a web app, mobile app (both iOS and Android), and a Windows PC program. This means that although it is usable on any device, it is probably best for firms running Windows, as Apple users will need to use the web app in a modern browser or run Parallels.
Court forms library. LEAP has an extensive library of document templates and preconfigured matter types, helping cut down on data entry by automating your most commonly-used forms. Access up-to-date forms via their comprehensive range of legal forms, and take advantage of its extensive array of legal reports that help you track depositions and communicate with third parties, such as attorneys or court reporters.
Client portal. LEAP’s client portal includes appointment scheduling, forms, and e-signing, in addition to the more typical client portal features like communication, bill payment, and document sharing.
Document scanning. As a nice perk, the LEAP mobile app includes a document scanner.