Law Support, an innovative Australian software company, is set to launch Law App, its new online legal solution.
The Law App solution encompasses legal practice management, document management, customer relationship management (CRM), template automation, legal general and trust accounting, and bank uploads. The product is designed for lawyers to open their practice with a laptop, Microsoft Office, internet access, and a subscription to Law App.
Law App has been released in all states except NSW, where it has soft released pending approval from the NSW Law Society compliance process.
“One of the standout features of Law App is its sleek design and user-friendly interface. The document preview and automation feature integrates with an extensive library of Australian legal precedent templates and court forms. Additionally, users can easily access supplied and custom-created firm templates,” stated Kelly Mills, the founder of Law App.
“Law App has removed the hassle and cost of software installation and expensive computer requirements. Being web-centric is a game changer for the legal software market, and Law App helps firms achieve a true hybrid work model leading to higher retention of senior lawyers. Law App allows lawyers to work between office and home seamlessly without cost so that they can focus on what they do best - interesting legal work. With its unmatched UX design and powerful features, Law App represents the next generation of legal software,” continued Mills.
Regional Launch in Cairns 9th March 2023
Law Support will formally launch the Law App solution in Cairns on 9 March 2023. Mills stated, “we want to go back to Cairns and commit to regional areas as we have always received great support from regional user groups for our other products.”
Law Support Australia has a track record in the legal industry with their development of Legal Payroll, an ATO STP whitelisted and compliant online product. It has committed to providing unparalleled flexible support from its Australian local support team.Visit https://www.lawsupport.com.au for further information.
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