LawGro is a cloud-based business management solution for small to midsize legal practices. Key features include contact management, case management, task management, time and expense tracking, billing and invoicing, document management, conflict searching and reporting.

LawGro allows users to manage case-related documents, emails and more in a single platform. The contact management feature is able to include contact-related matters, tasks, time entries, expenses and invoices. Users can create and track tasks with or without deadlines. LawGro enables users to search for potential conflicts across all contacts, matters and custom fields before signing up new clients.

The solution is available on a per user per month subscription basis. A mobile app is also available for iOS and Android devices.

Dashboard
Dashboard
Dashboard
Contact view
Contact view
Matters report
Matters report
Task list in calendar
Task list in calendar
Document management
Document management
Invoices aging analysis report
Invoices aging analysis report

Supported Operating System(s):

Web browser (OS agnostic)



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Diana from DFJ Law LLP

Number of employees:  11-50 employees

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Value for money

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August 2018

We never miss any deadlines

Awesome

Pros

LawGro has helped us tremendously to organize our practice. We can track status of case, put reminders on various activities and now never miss any deadlines.

Cons

It has all the features that we need on a daily basis

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August 2018

Pros

When I say this is a fully integrated platform, I'm not kidding around. LawGro seems to do everything but make me a cup of coffee when I come into the office every morning!

Cons

LawGro is an all-in endeavor, which makes implementation difficult for a functional law firm. Once you make the decision to implement the platform, turning back will be expensive and time-consuming.