Cloud for Law Firms
A selection of Case studies and informative articles that review current user experiences on LawCloud. You can click on each of the logos below to read more about our clients' experiences:-
"Read about a new law business setting up in Brighton, as a niche commercial practice specialising in contract and Intellectual Property law. Tris Moore's priorities for an IT system were SRA compliance, data security and confidentiality in the Cloud."
"Find out how Matthew Cohen introduced flexible working and replaced and expensive complex system with something more suited to a small firm with less need for specialist IT support."
"A partner responsible for litigation and IT at a large high street firm starts his own firm in Brighton specialising in commercial litigation, Employment Law and landlord and tenant residential."
"A small friendly and well respected 2 partner legal practice specialising in a range of family legal matter needed a system to comply with Law Society rules and meet their needs"
"A well established firm with the challenge of improving efficiency in client management services with an easy to use, efficient and trustworthy, incorporating email management, billing and activity recording"
"A well respected law firm in West Lothian with 5 branches, 7 Partners, 24 staff, offering a mix of work types including property, family law for many private & local company clients"
You may also be interested in reading our Clients Testimonials
Read more of our further generic case studies of UK law firms:-
In addition to the case studies above, please see also our blog post on a lawyer's view of LawCloud with reference to key performance indicitors within the practice management software, benefits such as flexible working and scalability and also discussion of some of the current buzz from corners of the UK legal market on cloud computing.
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With new technology and innovative ways of working, the legal landscape ahead is very different to that of five, or even two years ago. A key component of this new legal practice landscape is cloud computing. But where do you, or your law firm fit into this landscape? A traditional law firm looking to modernise their practice to provide better service for clients at a more affordable rate, utilising the kind of software previously only available to bigger law firms.
We now host 239 UK law firms live on LawCloud
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We just find LawCloud very easy to use, much easier than the system we used before...”
Scanlon Ewing, Clydebank
LawWare is delighted to announce the appointment of Sean Town, Product Consultant
LawWare’s Melissa Blackwood and Heather Patterson have recently graduated with SOLAS qualifications in Cashroom Accounting & Administration, Executory Administration and Feeing.
An article by Microsoft on Office 365 for UK legal.
A changing landscape - Article on Cloud.
The Law Society of Scotland has issued a Malicious Software Threat Alert.
In April Microsoft end of life for Windows XP & SBS 2003. Are there options?
LawCloud collaborates with the Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership
A case study on LawCloud's Cloud Industry Forum certification achievement
LawStart is a complete startup solution for solicitors and law firms starting a new practice
LawWare is delighted to announce the opening of its new offices in Manchester
An interesting article to help you consider your best business mobile device options
LawWare is delighted to announce the appointment of Simon Greig as Sales Director
LawCloud becomes the first legal software provider to achieve Cloud Industry Forum Certification
Find out about why a 7 partner, 5 office firm in West Lothian chooses LawWare
Find out more about The Cashroom Cloud. A LawCloud outsourced collaboration
Linda George Family Law in Hamilton benefit from extending their LawWare system
An excerpt from The Law Society Journal examining the response of traditional firms
As reported by a variety of sources including Cloud Computing 365, DCS UK and Rise