Law practice, legal marketing, & legal technology.
We review law practice technology like practice management software, document scanners, timekeeping and billing software, mobile apps, laptops, and anything else that might be useful to lawyers.
Our first impression of the LegalBoard, plus a live demo of the first Legal Keyboard.
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.
LawStudio is file management software aimed at trial attorneys who need to handle a lot of depositions, exhibits, and other trial documents. Here's our first look.
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.
TimeSolv tracks time and billing for attorneys. Here is our first look at the software.
FileVine is practice management software targeted at attorneys who handle cases with multiple parties and shifting settlement offers. For those users in particular, it is highly recommended.
Intake 123 is client intake software designed for attorneys. Unfortunately, it is hobbled by some poor design choices that make it very difficult to use.
At minimum, practice management software should provide contact storage, matter tracking, time tracking, task lists, and calendaring. PracticePanther provides those features and more with document management, real-time syncing to Box.com, notification options, and for the real legal tech nerds out there, Zapier and API access (more on what that means below).
We often need help to make our writing leaner and cleaner. Enter WordRake, which hopes to do exactly that.