Perhaps unlike patent law, where corporate giants battle against one another for years at a time, the personal injury lawyer is in a whole different world—and so are her clients.
From TD bank payments to big visual changes to our calendar system, the past two months for the developing team at uLawPractice has been busy.
An Ontario lawyer is $13,000 richer because a few lines of code were changed inside his accounting software.
Not all forms of software were created equally, and for about a decade it has become increasingly clear that computer usage in general is moving almost exclusively into the realm of the Internet.
One of the oldest law societies in the English-speaking world might be changing its name after more than 220 years of being known as the Law Society of Upper Canada.
When it comes to adapting to consumer demand in the area of payment options, lawyers seem to be lagging behind.
While it might be true that most law firms function on a daily basis with rigorous usage of a trust account, a sizeable group of lawyers avoid trust accounting like the plague.
After more than two centuries of carrying the name of a former British colony, the Law Society of Upper Canada—Canada’s oldest and largest law society—might be re-named by the end of 2017.
uLawPractice is pleased to offer free legal accounting and practice management courses to all active members of the Law Society of Alberta.