This series will introduce law practice management software options for law firms.

Lawyers use practice management software to make managing every aspect of their law practices easier.

In this series we’re going to be examining two types of software:

  1. Practice management solutions that are built specifically for lawyers; and
  2. General purpose customer relationship management software (or CRM for short).

It’s unfortunate that, in 2018, many lawyers are still reliant on clunky spreadsheets or paper-based practice management solutions. This guide will help you understand the benefits of going digital. And, once you experience the benefits of using a piece of software that works with your practice, you’ll never go back.

CRM provides a central location and collects information for prospects and clients. Used well, you’ll increase your firm’s productivity, and your quality of practice and life.

Not all law firm software is equal. Some will require steep learning curves and frequent technical support calls. Others are built with lawyers in mind, and work well for most firms with little to no training. This series will help you discover the most efficient option for your practice.

This series will take a look at the following:

  • Lexicata   
  • Clio        
  • MyCase
  • InfusionSoft  
  • Salesforce  
  • Pipedrive
  • Practice Panther
  • Zoho CRM

If you have other CRM or practice management tools you’d like us to include in this series, please let us know. Check back often by visiting this page as we’ll be adding links to each software review as we publish them.

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