LexisNexis offers Time Matters, an application tracking cases with associated client data and documents, as well as providing documentable billable time.
Legal Billing Software
Legal Billing Software Overview
What is Legal Billing Software?
Legal billing software assists law firms large and small with client billing, budgeting, and time management. They allow users to track billable hours to ensure accurate invoices with appropriate documentation for the clients as well as the firms. Legal billing software can be integrated with many other systems that are involved in the course of a case worked, including communications, case management, and more generalized accounting systems. This combines and streamlines several time-consuming processes into one program.
Inexact or inaccurate time tracking can be problematic for lawyers in the course of billing their clients. Recent reviewers have stated that hours are sometimes recorded on paper and then incorporated into accounting software, which can be difficult to manage and imprecise. Legal billing software can act as a stopwatch that automatically inputs labor, whether it be recorded on an hourly, contingent, transactional, or user-defined fee, and translates it into billable invoices.
Legal Billing Software Common Features
Most vendors offering legal billing software include:
Bill preparation and accounts receivable
Some software includes additional tools to integrate with other programs in use such as Outlook. These tools add features such as:
Secure messaging through client portals
Project, client, and calendar management
Many legal billing programs offer a free trial to start, then charge monthly or annual subscription fees per user. Pricing can be tiered from the inexpensive basic programs to the more costly programs that include more features and allow for unlimited users and data.
Legal Billing Products
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Intapp in Palo Alto offers Intapp Time, a legal billing application focusing on managing alternate fee structures and rich information for analysis and optimization.
Sage offers Timeslips, an installed billing and time tracking application featuring automated tracking, prepopulated account entry and voice to text data capture.
Tabs3 in Lincoln offers Tabs3 Billing, a time tracking and expense application for law firms.
SimpleLegal in California offers their flagship application for legal time tracking and billing.
LegalTrek is a legal billing software solution. The vendor's value proposition is that their solution removes the need to rely on administration slowness and mundane tasks and that saves time that can be spent serving clients and earning new business while increasing profits.
Bill4Time is a web-based time tracking and billing solution. Some key features include time and expense tracking, project management and client management.
Zola Media offers the Zola Suite of software, a low cost time and matter management application dedicated to solo practitioners and small practices, emphasizing simplicity and ease of use.
Zelican Technologies in Princeton offers a case management solution including time and billing tracking, document management and client portal, and other features associated to matter management, with price scaling per user and available to small practices to large firms.
AbacusLaw is a case management software that tracks hours and processes billing touting a functional mobile application, from AbacusNext in San Diego.
CaseFox offers their flagship application as a secure way to management billing and payment for law firms, featuring role-based access and permissions, and integrations with most popular accounting applications.
TimeSolv in Minnesota offers their application for legal billing, which features card processing for payment, Quickbooks and Dropbox integration, and what they offer as an easy to use mobile application.
LexisNexis offers Juris, a financial application for larger firms featuring a breadth of accounting and time tracking features.
Carpe Diem from Tikit in the UK is a time tracking solution for law and accounting entities, emphasizing ease of use, "time finding" and predictive assistance for both preventing errors and recovering time erroneously tracked.
Coyote Analytics in Tennessee offers their flagship legal billing application featuring calendaring, time tracking, and electronic billing.
Thomson Reuters offers eBillingHub, quite simply a cloud-based ebilling application specifically for law firms.
Interbill in California offers their flagship legal billing application emphasizing simplicity, payment reminders, and other features.
ASCENT is a legal billing solution from doeLEGAL in Delaware, emphasizing process automation for larger firms.
Brightflag, with offices in New York, Ireland, and Australia, offers their flagship legal billing application, emphasizing spend management and advanced analytics.
CaseloadPRO in California offers their application to support probation and parole officers, police officers to manage case loads.
British company Civica offers Time Recording and Billing, their application for time tracking and payments for law firms and lawyers.
Headnote in California offers a time tracking and legal billing solution for small practices or solo practitioners.
LawAlign in New York offers their legal case management applications as a customizable deployment for firms, emphasizing data management and integration, search functionality, personnel management and collaboration tools.
Lawcus in San Diego offers a legal billing solution emphasizing simplicity and accessibility with their mobile application.
British company LawyerTime offers a time tracking and electronic billing solution for small law firms and legal practitioners.