Legal Tech Industry News

Lawyerist’s ongoing coverage of the legal tech companies building the future of law practice.

Allegory Litigation Management Software Raises $500k

Allegory Law is powerful cloud-based litigation management software built for litigation teams to keep track of evidence and witnesses and link everything together.

The Deadline to Apply for TBD Law is Monday, February 6th

If you are serious about preparing your practice for the next ten years, you should be at TBD Law on February 26th!

Legal Tech: Brought to You by the Color Blue

Blue says "hey, you can trust me" and "don't worry, I'll take good care of your clients' information."

First Look: Lawcus Legal Case Management Software

Lawcus prioritizes productivity. It helps you keep track of your intake process and open matters, but it still holds all the information related to each matter.

ABA Blueprint is Just 13 Products the ABA Recommends

ABA Blueprint is billed as "All of the services and products you need to run your firm, all in one place."

First Look: Contactually Client Relationship Management Software

Contactually is CRM software that works well for lawyers. If you want help staying in touch with current and former clients and other referral sources, you should give Contactually a try.

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The Evolution of Law Practice Management Software Design

Legal practice management software has come a long way, design-wise.

Comparing Credit Card Transaction Fees for Law Practice Management Software Billing Portals

Accepting credit cards from clients used to be a complicated mess. But many practice management software providers now make it easy to credit card payments.

LEAP Moves Document Assembly to the Cloud with Office 365’s Web Apps

LEAP legal practice management software just became first to market with a cloud-based document assembly solution.

The American Bar Association Should Be a Champion of Open Access to Law

The ABA should be a champion of open access to law, the foundation on which the future of access to justice will be built. And it should start by opening up the law it controls.