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Readers of The National Law Journal Rank ProLaw First in Two Categories
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 13, 2014 – Thomson Reuters Elite, a leading global provider of enterprise business management solutions (EBMS) to professional services firms, today announced that ProLaw has been awarded the titles of best docketing solution and best information and document management solution in The National Law Journal Best of Chicago Reader Survey. 1,200 readers submitted votes to determine the products that best provide the essentials to compete in today’s legal market, and ranked ProLaw first in the two categories.
“We are thrilled that ProLaw has received two top honors in the Best of Chicago Reader Survey, further contributing to the solution’s upward momentum,” said Elisabet Hardy, vice president of product management for Thomson Reuters Elite. “These results are consistent with those ProLaw received in the Annual Best of The National Law Journal Readers Rankings earlier this year, and they are a true testament to the solution’s ability to match the ways lawyers actually work, meeting the diverse needs of firms nationwide.”
ProLaw was awarded for its rules-based docketing tools that ensure that there is never a missed filing, response, or appearance, from matter opening procedures to the complex events of a trial case. The solution automatically assigns firm professionals to events based on their roles in each case, and its Microsoft™ Outlook synchronization ensures every person involved in a matter always has the most up-to-date information. Because ProLaw is designed from the ground up to share a single database, it also provides sophisticated document management functionality, allowing users to find and access critical information quickly and conveniently.
Results of the 2014 Best of Chicago Reader Survey will be published in the August 11th issue of The National Law Journal.
ProLaw is an integrated software solution designed to automate the practice and manage the business of law. Comprehensive features simplify, streamline, and coordinate the work of lawyers and staff in small and mid-size law firms, corporate legal departments, and government agencies. Built entirely on Microsoft .NET, ProLaw combines case and matter management as well as time entry, billing, and accounting capabilities within a single integrated solution. ProLaw Mobile provides remote access to ProLaw data from an iPad.