Which Practice Management Software is Right For You?

Over the years, we’ve fielded many questions from lawyers looking to replace their cobbled together (or simply outdated) practice management solutions.  To help, we’ve maintained a comparison chart for some of the more popular practice management and time & billing products on the market.

We’ve recently made a few updates to the chart, so if you’re in the market for new software, check it out.  The PDF includes two separate charts: the first comparing practice management software, and the second focusing specifically on time & billing solutions.

As the disclaimer on the chart notes, inclusion shouldn’t be viewed as a recommendation or endorsement.  The products listed in the chart were chosen either because they turned up in the results of our annual legal technology survey or because we’ve had ABA members specifically express interest in that product.

If you have an update to a product listed in the chart or would like to have your product considered for inclusion in the next round of revisions, send an email to the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center.

About Joshua Poje

Joshua Poje

Joshua Poje (@poje) is the Director of the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center, where he provides technology and practice management guidance to attorneys throughout the country. He is the editor of the annual ABA Legal Technology Survey Report and a frequent speaker and writer on legal technology topics. Follow him on: Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+

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  • TryingToGoSolo

    Hi, not sure if I’m missing something but the first link is the June 2012 version I have seen online everywhere,,,your second link on the supposed updates marked as “check it out”, seems to be the same URL and link to the same pdf as the first one. Where is the updated one? Thanks!!

  • Gerald Anderson

    What legal software do you recommend that has a mobile app and the easiest to use?