Is Law Practice Management Software Still A Sound Investment?

How you can 'recession-proof' your firm with tech, on the latest Non-Eventcast.

ATL-Legal-Tech-Non-Event-Promo-Image-1b-editThe U.S. economy has sure been a wild ride over the last four years. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, law firms were snapping up cloud-based law practice management software in record numbers.

But, as inflation settles in, is that still a good investment?

To figure it all out, we invited Joshua Hostilo of Filevine, Blake Roberts of Lawmatics, Marie Burgess of Paradigm, and Igor Selizhuk of SmartAdvocate onto the Non-Eventcast podcast. 

The group addresses how law practice management software is effective for law firms in almost any economic environment, and how it can be used to help “recession-proof” your law firm (6:40). 

The team also attempts to pin down the future of case management software (14:42).  Everybody then weighs in on the spate of acquisitions in the legaltech space (24:29), before selecting their favorite reports (30:18) in, and software integrations (32:19) for case management software.

Law practice management software has been around for a long time, and for a good time – because it keeps getting better! Listen, to learn more.

And while you’re here, feel free to download Above the Law and LegalTech Publishing’s brand new Practice Management Buyer’s Guide using the form below.

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Jared Correia, a consultant and legal technology expert, is the host of the Non-Eventcast, the featured podcast of the Above the Law Non-Event for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers. 

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