ProLaw: Complete Review, Features, Pricing

ProLaw: Our Comprehensive Review | 2021

  • Client & Contact Management
  • Case/Matter Management
  • Time & Expense Tracking
  • Billing
  • Calendaring
  • Task Management
  • Conflict Checking
  • Document Assembly/Automation
  • Trust Accounting
  • Business Accounting
  • Document Managment
  • Email Management
  • Law Practice Management
  • Legal Document Management
  • Law Firm Accounting

    Modular and End-to-End Law Practice Software
    ProLaw is modular software, customers can purchase and use the front-office (practice management and document management) module, the back-office (business and trust accounting) module, or both.

    Deep Integration with Microsoft Office
    ProLaw integrates heavily with the Microsoft Office suite, including Word (for documents) and Outlook (for email). ProLaw also integrates with Westlaw and WestlawNext.

    Simplified (Optional) Web Interface
    A relatively new feature, ProLaw offers its ProLaw Workspace option, which provides a simplified web-based interface to the ProLaw database. This allows power users to use the more robust desktop application, while providing a simplified interface for user's who's needs are more basic. Learn More:

    Client & Contact Management
    A central database to store information for clients, courts, related parties and other contacts.

    Matter Management
    A central database of matters, cases and projects. Stores the most relevant information pertaining to each matter.

    Calendaring
    Individual calendars for each user, along with an aggregated, firm-wide view/calendar. Synchronization with Outlook calendar.

    Task Management
    Create tasks and to-do items pertaining to specific matters or projects. Assign tasks and set deadlines.

    Time & Expense Tracking
    Track billable hours and related expenses for a particular client or matter.

    Billing
    Invoicing, including for billable hours, contingency work, and fixed-fee matters.

    Conflict Checking
    Search the database for related names, document each conflict check.

    Business Accounting
    Standard business accounting, including a Chart of Accounts, Bank/Operating Accounts, standard accounting reports (P&L, Balance Sheet).

    Trust Accounting
    Trust/IOLTA accounting for management of trust funds, including trust account reporting.

    Document Assembly/Automation
    Automatic preparation and population of specific court documents and forms.

    Document Storage
    Built-in cloud storage for related documents and files.

    Document Management
    Advanced document management including full-text search, document tagging & profiling, and version management.

    Email Management
    The ability to save emails to specific matters, via Outlook integration.

    Mobile App
    An Android or iPhone application for time entry and some subset of software functionality.

    Client Portal
    A client-facing online portal to share documents and updates with clients and other third-parties.

    Open API
    An open API (Application Program Interface), allowing you or third-parties to develop integrations with the software.

  • ProLaw is modular software, and law firms can purchase the modules they need including law practice management, document management, billing and accounting.
  • Pricing varies by firm size, number of timekeepers, and modules purchased.
  • ProLaw's Express Package includes support for 15 or less litigators, and starts at approximately $30,000 as a perpetual license.
  • ProLaw's One Office package includes support for 15 or more litigators, and starts at approximately $60,000 or more, depending on the needs of the law firm.
  • The Best of Both Worlds
    Keep the robust legal software that you're firm is committed to and relies on, while enjoying the advantages of the Cloud.

    Work From Anywhere
    Unchain your self from the office, ditch clunky VPN and remote-computer-login "solutions." A Private Cloud provides a secure, easy-to-use Virtual Desktop that gives you access to your legal software, documents and email from anywhere.

    Data Security & Compliance
    Secure Private Cloud platforms, like Uptime Practice, keeps your software and data secure. End-to-end data encryption, Multi-Factor Authentication, Geographic Data Redundancy (Backups), Virus Protection and Ransomware Protection will keep your data secure and your firm compliant.

    Eliminate Servers & IT Headaches
    Maintaining servers and managing IT is a pain, even with a capable local IT support firm. A Private Cloud like Uptime Practice provides all necessary server infrastructure, managed, backed up and ready-to-go: So you can focus on your firm and your clients.

    Minimize Downtime
    Capable Private Cloud platforms like Uptime Practice are built with enterprise-grade infrastructures, and managed round-the-clock by professionals. This minimizes downtime for your firm, and maximizes productivity.

    Flexible & Scalable
    Stay flexible: Cloud-based solutions allow you to scale users, software, storage and options up or down as needed.

    Economical
    We consistently see Private Cloud solutions deliver a lower Total Cost of Ownership compared to managing on-premise, in-house servers and IT equipment. Study the Financial Case for Private Cloud, or get our Cloud Cost Calculator.

    About the Author: Uptime Legal Systems
    Named an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Company in 2014, 2015 and 2016, Uptime Legal is North America’s leading provider of cloud services to law firms. As a full service legal technology provider, Uptime’s offerings include Private Cloud for law firms, Document & Email Management and Web Design and Internet Marketing.

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