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January 2001
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Please Evaluate Corporate Software

Please Evaluate Corporate Software Johanne Stewart, of West Point, Ga., asks: I currently use Chief Legal Officer, by Corprasoft. I would be interested in an evaluation of law department management software to see how it fares.

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Article by David Munn

FRANKLY, so would I. Other than vendor Web sites, it's very hard to find information about these kinds of systems. There are a lot of choices in software specifically designed for corporate law departments (including Case & Point, CaseTrack, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Legal Management System, Corprasoft Legal Desktop, eCounsel, LawQuest, LAWTRAC, PMTI Practice Manager, and TyMetrix); there is no apparent market leader.

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Article by Thomas Scharbach and Eric H. Steele

THE KEY to evaluating and selecting case/matter management software is to understand your functional requirements and priorities and then match the capabilities of the software against them.

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