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Responding to the phasing out of critical practice-management software

With established legal software products reaching their end-of-life point, hundreds of law firms suddenly face an unprecedented challenge forcing them to “frame the stakes of change”, warns Glyn Morris

25 January 2019

These days, law firm leaders are under huge pressure to make not only a giant impact but to do so with accompanying lightning speed.

Such expectations run parallel to the huge demands of keeping clients happy, building new relationships, performing demanding legal work, managing teams of lawyers and support staff, as well as staying completely on top of the deluge of regulatory requirements and an ever growing mountain of administrative duties commensurate with running a twenty-first century legal practice.

Only a handful of key individuals in most law firms are able to juggle these competing demands and have the deep appreciation
of the complexity and operational interdependencies of law firm practice management systems (PMS).

It requires high levels of expertise to conceptualise the way software and associated systems are capable of combining to drive all necessary operational outcomes – to improve client experience and remove the voluminous administrativ...

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