Join us today: How to get started with uLaw

Join us today: How to get started with uLaw

Do you want to learn more about uLaw?  Recently many lawyers and paralegals have heard through their colleagues and through educational institutions about an all-in-one software solution for managing clerical tasks associated with running a legal business

Well, our team wants to set the record straight: indeed, uLawPractice was made specifically for Canadian legal practitioners in mind.  And we want a chance to show you how it works during an upcoming webinar.

Lawyers, paralegals; their assistants and bookkeepers are all invited to join our team on Friday, May 17, 2019 for an upcoming webinar about how to get started with uLawPractice.

Our webinar team will guide you through the first steps of how to actually use uLawPractice. The software automates a large portion of what is necessary to manage your bookkeeping and compliance obligations. However, in order to get started right away, it's a good idea to go through a tutorial to see how it works.

To date, there is no other type of software which rivals the manner in which uLaw prepares its users for complete compliance with law society obligations across Canada.

From its inception in 2011 until the present-day, uLaw has been crafted by an enterprising team of coders. Called the Compliance Coding Team (CCT), uLaw developers tailored the system to fulfill all the obligations necessary for legal practitioners to remain compliant.

For example, one only needs to look at practice review documentation regularly distributed by Law Societies in order to see there is a distinct similarity to the manner in which uLawPractice prepares documents for its users (including conflict-checking, trust accounting, court form automation and a swath of other features such as analytics).

There's a reason for this.

"The uLaw team wanted to fill the void in the world of legal software by creating an all-in-one solution to both practice management and legal accounting. For too long, Canadian legal practitioners have been saddled with expensive software to handle various tasks. We wanted to create a cloud-based environment where all compliance documents and accounting can be handled seamlessly. This goes for all the automated processes, analytics, and phone-integration as well," says CEO Terry Curtis.  "We hope lawyers and paralegals curious about our software make the effort to come listen to our team on Friday afternoon. We promise it'll be worthwhile".

Join us this Friday