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A 40-Lawyer Firm Wants to Migrate to a New Time-and-Billing Program

David P. Whelan, director of the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center, offers a question from an ABA member:

A 40-lawyer firm in Washington state is investigating migrating to new time-and-billing, general ledger and accounting software, and is exploring products. Among the software suggestions were TABS III, Timeslips, Juris, Prolaw and Elite. Any others? Are they better off getting an all-in-one system (extras, like case management, are ok) or are they better off getting pieces that can be integrated?

Article by By John L. Mellitz
Article by By Neil E. Aresty
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