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AbacusLaw
AbacusLaw helps attorneys keep track of important tasks by displaying to-do lists and lists of calls to make, ensuring nothing falls through the cracks. The software also makes it easy to reschedule events or set up a series of events with just a few clicks.

With AbacusLaw, attorneys can easily view scheduled events by the day, week, or month, preventing scheduling conflicts and ensuring staff members have plenty of time to prepare for hearings and client meetings.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Customizable based on case
  • Ideal for remote work
  • Staff provide answers to clients without involving attorneys

Cons

  • Can't handle complex cases
  • UI feels outdated

What Customers Are Saying

Clients of small firms praise AbacusLaw for making administrative tasks easier to manage, particularly the calendaring functions that allow real-time color-coding of attorney tasks. The timekeeping and status report functions facilitate accurate client billing. However, customer support is weak, and learning most functions requires a steep learning curve.

Summary

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AbacusLaw
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
Aderant uses rules-based calendaring to help attorneys keep up with their responsibilities. The software is designed to reduce malpractice risk and improve legal compliance by ensuring legal professionals meet deadlines for court filings.

Aderant's Deadlines is designed to help small firms calculate filing deadlines and apply rule changes, while CompuLaw is a comprehensive offering to help medium and large firms with calendaring and matter management. For added convenience, CompuLaw can be customized to suit a larger firm's unique needs.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Stores all case documents in one place
  • Creates invoices seamlessly
  • Enables remote access of documents

Cons

  • UI is unreliable and slow
  • Complex and hard to learn

What Customers Are Saying

Users appreciate the easy access to all documents involved with a given case and find the app visually appealing. Search functions are strong, as are the program's timekeeping abilities. Multiple users, however, find the software frustrating to use, citing everything from the inability to have more than one screen open at a time to difficulty with mail merge functions.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
Amberlo aims to help attorneys, paralegals, and administrative staff keep track of deadlines. The software uses case-centered calendaring to link meetings, hearings, and other activities to specific clients and matters, making it easier for legal professionals to track their billable hours.

The built-in time tracker makes sure every minute of billable time is tracked, maximizing law firm revenue and ensuring attorneys don't have to waste time trying to remember what was discussed during each meeting or telephone call.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Precise tracking of billing time
  • Complies with GDPR
  • Invoicing is ultra-easy

Cons

  • Could use IP-related features
  • Mobile app needs work

What Customers Are Saying

Amberlo users love the smooth integration between tracking hours and invoicing that saves them time every month. They say the UI is beautiful and functional and the customer support team extremely helpful. Some users express a need for multilingual capability and greater mobile functionality.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Grow: €25/month/user
    • Premium: €35/month/user
    • Elite: €55/month/user
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    No
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Amicus Attorney
Amicus Attorney comes with rule sets for the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and 18 state court systems, making it easier for attorneys and their staff members to calculate filing deadlines. The calendar module sends notifications as soon as a hearing date changes, ensuring attorneys are always prepared for court.

Amicus Attorney also has built-in tools for workflow management, giving users the ability to set case-related milestones and assign them to the appropriate staff member.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy management of client files
  • Integration of calendar, contacts, and docket entries
  • Syncs well with Outlook

Cons

  • Makes three-way trust reconciliation difficult
  • Crashes frequently

What Customers Are Saying

Customers say working with Amicus Attorney is like having the best possible paralegal available at their fingertips. They appreciate how the time entry and telephone features work together, ensuring no billable time is missed. However, users balk at the high cost of the program and wish customer support was more readily available.

Summary

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Amicus Attorney
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
Clio enables attorneys to organize their schedules by case, ensuring all important milestones are met in a timely manner. With Clio, it's easy to create new time entries, which helps attorneys track their billable activities and remember important details about each case.

The software also has a secure client portal, enabling attorneys to invite their clients to events and share case-related milestones. As a result, everyone stays on the same page, reducing the risk of a missed deadline.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Excellent tracking of budgets, expenses, and billable hours
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Integrates well with QuickBooks, Next Chapter, and Mailchimp

Cons

  • Needs better contact management options
  • Clunky UI

What Customers Are Saying

Users appreciate the all-in-one functionality of Clio, especially the ease of invoicing, with customers noting that the app is especially useful for newer, smaller practices that are tech-savvy. Timekeeping and calendaring are easy as well, they report. Some users, though, cite difficulties finding all materials pertaining to a given client or case.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Starter: $39/month/user
    • Boutique: $59/month/user
    • Elite: $99/month/user
    • Suite: $115/month/user
    • Enterprise: Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    7-Day Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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CosmoLex
CosmoLex has robust calendaring and task management capabilities, making it easier for attorneys to keep track of their time and manage case-related activities. Matter-centric organization enables users to link calendared events with specific cases, improving compliance and creating a paper trail for audits.

Custom workflows give practice administrators control over who can view and edit milestones, protecting client confidentiality.

CosmoLex also has a Money Finder feature to highlight events that haven't been logged as billable activities.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Handles regular and trust accounting
  • Live customer service

Cons

  • Data entry procedures are inefficient
  • Requires a steep learning curve

What Customers Are Saying

CosmoLex wins praise from law firms for its smooth, efficient accounting features, including invoicing and check printing. They say customer service is immensely helpful, and third-party software integrations, including One Drive and LawPay, are very good. However, users say the program is glitchy and has limited functionality in some areas, including email and reporting.

Summary

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CosmoLex
  • Starting Price
    • $79/month/user billed annually
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Trial and Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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Filevine
Filevine combines timekeeping tools with case and matter management to give attorneys complete control over their practices. The built-in timer can be deployed from any screen, making it easy to track billable hours. It's also easy to start and stop the timer.

With Filevine, attorneys can apply custom filters to quickly find notes, tasks, emails, and documents. Each Filevine user also has a personal task list that makes it easier to track incomplete activities.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Comprehensive client file management
  • Sends texts from within the program
  • Ease of use

Cons

  • Poor customer service
  • No calendar notification functionality

What Customers Are Saying

Customers find Filevine easy to use on desktops and mobile devices. Search capabilities are strong, and users appreciate the ability to access multiple calendars at once. Some customers, though, point out that importing data is slow and the program requires a lot of time to learn.

Summary

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Filevine
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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GoReminders
GoReminders aims to help users waste less time setting up meeting reminders and dealing with no-shows. As soon as a user schedules an appointment, the client receives a reminder, ensuring all parties are aware of upcoming meetings.

The software is especially helpful for law firms because it enables users to send text messages without sharing their mobile numbers or investing in expensive telecommunications services. As a result, clients receive reminders via their preferred communication method at no additional cost.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy scheduling changes
  • Saves staff time because fewer phone calls are needed
  • Easy appointment-setting

Cons

  • Lacks third-party integrations
  • Pop-up chat messages can be annoying

What Customers Are Saying

Users of GoReminders like being able to send and receive reminder texts rather than making phone calls, saving everyone time. They greatly appreciate how the app reduces their no-show rates. However, a few users would like greater control regarding the frequency of reminders.

Summary

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GoReminders
  • Starting Price
    • Bronze: $12/month paid yearly
    • Silver: $24/month paid yearly
    • Gold: $48/month paid yearly
    • Enterprise: $72/month paid yearly
  • Free Trial/Demo
    14-Day Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    No
  • Billing Management
    No
  • Document Management
    No
  • Training/Onboarding
    No
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HoudiniEsq
HoudiniEsq uses artificial intelligence to help legal professionals manage their practices. Attorneys can easily view how much unbilled time has been allotted to each client, making it easier to determine if billable activities are being tracked correctly.

The software integrates with Microsoft Outlook, ensuring all upcoming events are recorded and clients are aware of approaching milestones. Outlook integration also makes it easy to bill for reading and composing emails, helping firms maximize their revenue.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Excellent intake forms
  • Highly customizable
  • Unparalleled customer service

Cons

  • No mass billing capability
  • Outlook integration is insufficient

What Customers Are Saying

HoudiniEsq wins raves from customers for its ease of use and ability to streamline workflows for law firms of all sizes. Its integrations with Evernote and QuickBooks and its well-designed video tutorials are greatly appreciated. Some users would like a printed manual to go with the online and customer support help options.

Summary

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HoudiniEsq
  • Starting Price
    • In-house Practice: $248/year/user/up to 30 Users
    • In-house Enterprise: $464/year/user/Unlimited Users
    • The Cloud & Beyond: $768 year/user/Unlimited Users
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    No
  • Billing Management
    No
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
LawBase aims to increase productivity by giving attorneys access to a full suite of calendaring and matter management tools. The software integrates fully with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange, eliminating the need to enter events in more than one application. Syncing works with events created on a computer or a mobile phone, giving attorneys more flexibility.

With LawBase, attorneys and their staff members can easily see which matters are pending and what needs to be done to resolve each case.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Strong UI
  • Ability to hyperlink documents
  • Document templates

Cons

  • Needs timekeeping features

What Customers Are Saying

Customers appreciate that LawBase enables them to keep up with their workload with fewer staff handling tasks. They say adding fields and generating reports is easy with the software. However, some users find the app a bit laggy.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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LawToolBox
LawToolBox integrates directly with Microsoft Office 365, eliminating the need for law firms to maintain a separate calendaring system. Rules-based calendaring makes it easier for attorneys to calculate filing deadlines for all 50 states, reducing malpractice risk and ensuring staff members have plenty of time to prepare for court.

As soon as a staff member creates a new matter, LawToolBox sets up shared inboxes, document folders, calendars, and notebooks, ensuring everyone has access to relevant information.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Links to federal and state rules of civil procedures
  • Recalculates deadlines accurately

Cons

  • Often populates unneeded deadlines
  • Lacks third-party integrations other than Outlook

What Customers Are Saying

Users report feeling at ease knowing that LawToolBox will calculate their deadlines accurately. The app is simple to use, they say, and it keeps track of rule changes so that attorneys don't have to. Some customers, though, report glitchiness, while others are frustrated by the inapplicable deadlines provided.

Summary

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LawToolBox
  • Starting Price
    • 1 User: $36/month/user
    • 2-9 Users: $29/month/user
    • 10-19 Users: $27/month/user
    • 20-79 Users: $19/month/user
    • 80+ Users: $16/month/user
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    No
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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Legal Assistant Software Suite
The Legal Assistant Software Suite aims to help users save time, increase productivity, and do a better job serving their clients. The software makes it easy to create individual calendars and calendars to be used by the whole firm, enabling users to keep track of upcoming events.

With the Legal Assistant Software Suite, it's much easier to process incoming mail, giving staff members more time to spend with clients. The suite also comes with hundreds of Microsoft Word templates.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy to customize
  • Automatic document generation and transmission

Cons

  • UI is a bit clunky

What Customers Are Saying

Customers recommend Legal Assistant Software Suite for small to medium-sized law firms. They say it features modules for different fields of law, including real estate, criminal, immigration, personal injury, and family law. Some users find the program a bit confusing.

Summary

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Legal Assistant Software Suite
  • Starting Price
    • Cloud Version: $63/module/user
    • On-site Version: $55/module/user
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    No
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    No
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Legal Files Software, Inc.
Legal Files Software is designed to help practice managers get a big-picture view of what's happening inside their firms. With just a few clicks, users can determine the status of a specific case or how many cases are being handled by the same workgroup.

Legal Files Software has robust reporting capabilities, helping practice managers identify areas of concern before they turn into major problems. The software also calculates deadlines, displays to-dos and reminders, and syncs with Microsoft Outlook.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Outstanding organizational design
  • Ease of use
  • Immediate access to any document from any location

Cons

  • Can't open multiple windows at once
  • Requires a steep learning curve

What Customers Are Saying

Users recommend this program for small to midsized firms, noting that it integrates well with Outlook and Adobe Acrobat. They say it's easy to customize and navigate. However, users point out that setting up the app correctly is key to being able to use it well, and some less tech-savvy firms may experience difficulty.

Summary

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Legal Files Software, Inc.
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
MyCase gives users access to a central calendar, making it easy to see who's working on each case and what kind of support they might need. Deadline reminders reduce the risk of missed deadlines, helping law firms reduce malpractice risk and stay in compliance with relevant regulations.

Every user also has access to one private calendar, giving staff members the ability to track their personal appointments without everyone in the firm seeing them.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • User-friendly
  • Messaging feature eliminates need for many phone calls
  • Easy to share documents with clients

Cons

  • Requires manual billing
  • Report functions are comparatively weak

What Customers Are Saying

MyCase is easy to use right out of the box, according to many customers. Its automation functions are easy to learn and use, they say, and its built-in time tracking and billing features save law firms time. Some users, though, find the mobile app has too many limitations to be fully useful.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • $49/month/user
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
Designed for modern law firms, NuLaw has several built-in tools to help with time management. The shared calendar tracks court dates and filing deadlines, while custom color-coding makes it easy to determine who's available for meetings and hearings.

A built-in deadline assistant sends an alert when a deadline is approaching, ensuring attorneys always meet their milestones. NuLaw also integrates with Microsoft Outlook, eliminating the need to enter appointments in more than one database.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Integrates with Salesforce
  • Good customer support

Cons

  • Requires very high-speed internet

What Customers Are Saying

Customers love NuLaw's all-in-one design, which handles email, billing, client management, and case management within one platform. However, they warn that companies may need to upgrade their internet to take advantage of the app.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    No
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PracticePanther Law Practice Software
PracticePanther integrates with Google, Outlook, and other calendaring tools, eliminating the need to transfer appointment data from one software to another. The program converts event entries into time entries, helping law firms capture all billable hours and maximize their revenue.

With PracticePanther, it's possible to view statutes of limitations, which helps legal professionals avoid missed deadlines that could result in case dismissal. The software also sends daily reminders about important events.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • User-friendly and intuitive
  • Excellent customer support and training videos
  • Can handle billing with clients while in court

Cons

  • Timekeeping functions are awkward and unreliable
  • Invoicing can be buggy

What Customers Are Saying

Users praise PracticePanther's ease of use and customizability. Templates and workflows work well and facilitate clean communication with clients, they say, and the online billing system integrates with LawPay seamlessly. Some users, though, report significant problems in migrating data from their former legal software.

Summary

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PracticePanther Law Practice Software
  • Starting Price
    • Solo: $39/month/user
    • Essential: $59/month/user
    • Business: $79/month/user
  • Free Trial/Demo
    7-Day Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
    iPhone / iPad
    Android
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
Soluno aims to help legal professionals increase efficiency and streamline their work processes. The software makes it easy to set up custom billing arrangements, split bills among multiple clients, and send out mass bills. Expense entries are automatically reconciled with invoices to give practice managers a true picture of the firm's financial situation.

Soluno also integrates with more than a dozen other software solutions, including LawPay, LawToolBox, Microsoft Office 365, and Clio, giving users access to additional features.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Intuitive, powerful UI
  • Billing and accounting features are designed specifically for attorneys
  • Excellent customer support

Cons

  • Reports can't be customized
  • Needs more support and training documentation

What Customers Are Saying

Customers find the accounting features of Soluno are flexible enough to handle any situation that might occur at a midsized law firm. They find the program easy to use and speak highly about the tech support crew. Some users, though, would like more report creation templates and options.

Summary

  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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Time Matters
Time Matters is designed to help law firms get back up to 180 missed billable hours per year by helping attorneys track their time more accurately. The software makes it easy to generate templates, set triggers for frequent tasks, and encourage collaboration among employees.

With Time Matters, attorneys can easily customize their workflows, share calendars with staff members, and automate recurring tasks. Time Matters also has a built-in chat tool to enhance staff communication.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Excellent template merge processing
  • Tracks all calendaring data cleanly
  • Highly customizable

Cons

  • Sometimes feels like micromanagement
  • Can be buggy and unreliable

What Customers Are Saying

Users praise the way this app tracks time and files and its integration with various third-party programs. It has a solid reminder system, they say, and it manages and sorts contacts well. However, some customers note that Time Matters doesn't work as well as other apps for tracking the time of people working remotely, and multiple customers consider the software buggy.

Summary

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Time Matters
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Windows
    Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS
  • Support Options
    Business Hours
  • Analytics/Reporting
    Yes
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    Yes
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Westlaw Legal Calendaring
Westlaw Legal Calendaring has a deadline assistant to help law firms avoid missing critical due dates. The rules-based software updates automatically any time rules change, ensuring attorneys always have access to a list of accurate filing deadlines.

Two-way synchronization between Westlaw Legal Calendaring and Outlook eliminates the need to enter the same events in two calendars. When an event or matter is created in one program, it's automatically added to the other program for the user's convenience.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Calculates deadlines well
  • Provides notifications on rule updates
  • Extreme ease of use

Cons

  • Not available on Android
  • Doesn't sync well with Google Calendar

What Customers Are Saying

Because of its deadline suggestion features, Westlaw customers emphasize the program's value for high-volume litigation practices. The app's UI is intuitive and user-friendly, they say, and its reminder features are reliable. Some users, however, express a desire for Westlaw to integrate with Google Workspace.

Summary

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Westlaw Legal Calendaring
  • Starting Price
    • Custom Quote
  • Free Trial/Demo
    Free Demo
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
  • Support Options
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours
    Online
  • Analytics/Reporting
    No
  • Billing Management
    Yes
  • Document Management
    Yes
  • Training/Onboarding
    No

How We Chose the Best Legal Calendar Software

Many companies offer legal calendar software to help attorneys and their staff keep track of meetings, hearings, and filing deadlines. With so many options available, it can be difficult to determine which software is the best fit for a law firm's needs. We evaluated each software based on its features, available customer support, and reporting capabilities.

Features

Missing deadlines is especially serious in the legal profession, as a missed filing deadline can cause a client's case to be dismissed. In severe cases, missed deadlines can even result in legal malpractice claims. Attorneys and their staff members also need to stay on top of client meetings, case milestones, and requirements for continuing education. To make it easier to handle these responsibilities, we looked for legal calendar software that comes with as many features as possible, such as document management, billing management, and timekeeping.

Support

It's important to be able to reach a customer service representative if there's an issue with the software. That's why we looked for companies that offer support via 24/7 live rep and other methods.

Reports

Accurate reports are essential for billing clients correctly and generating as much revenue as possible. Therefore, we looked for legal calendar software with advanced reporting capabilities.