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Simply put, no! While widely used by small businesses, generic accounting platforms like QuickBooks may not be equipped to handle the specific needs of the legal profession. These platforms may offer a flexible solution for a broad range of small businesses, but their general-purpose approach falls short for industries with specialized needs.
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QuickBooks may be the ideal solution for a host of independent or small practice professionals, but it is not tailored for the operation of a law firm, potentially causing you significant issues.
Erica Birstler is the Vice President at CosmoLex -- developers of an all-in-one cloud-based legal practice management, billing & trust accounting system specifically designed for solo and small law firms.
Erica's degree is in Business Administration and she has nearly a decade of experience in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. Erica has given numerous presentations across North America on legal technologies such as law practice technology management, cloud computing, and legal billing & trust accounting compliance.
There isn’t anything I don’t like. Easier timekeeping and keeps the books straight because they have to match up…we switched because it includes bookkeeping and timekeeping in one program.
Rebecca Norton | On Point Legal, Louisiana
We needed to find an alternative solution to PCLaw, as we were moving to a cloud-based system. It appeared the employees at CosmoLex had more experience in migrating the data from PCLaw to CosmoLex.
Andrea C. Kryszak | Kryszak & Associates, Co., LPA
Using a third-party platform for accounting didn’t make sense anymore…conflict check approach is good and I like the ability to handle my accounting within the case management software.
Andy Patzig | Patzig Law