Many law firms use QuickBooks for accounting (and even for billing). However, legal work is governed by unique accounting regulations—and since QuickBooks is not built as a legal specific solution, this creates challenges that must be addressed. Every law firm should be aware of the legal accounting requirements, the kinds of billing & accounting issues lawyers encounter in QuickBooks, and potential workarounds.
- Understand why law firms cannot afford to keep “loose books”
- Learn the requirements for law firms using QuickBooks from an industry expert
- Explore the customization features and workarounds for legal professionals
Erica is Manager of Customer Success at CosmoLex, developers of a cloud based-legal billing & trust accounting system specifically designed for solo and small law firms.
Erica holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, and 5 years’ experience in the legal software Industry catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms.
Caren founded Time & Cents Consultants, LLC to help legal and other service professionals select, install and get the most out of their practice management, billing, accounting, and other firm specific technologies. She works to allow companies to better manage their time, money and information through the practical and efficient use of their software. She is an expert in billing, case and practice/office management systems. By understanding a firm’s practice, business and industry needs, she can help implement a solution that meets the practice’s requirements. Time & Cents Consultants is a member of the 35*45 Consulting group providing expanded resources to meet a full range of hardware and software solutions.
Please note, this is a Non-CLE webinar.