The new Web-based practice management application from LexisNexis, LexisNexis Firm Manager, is now officially out of beta testing and available in a commercial version. The introductory price for those who sign up by May 1 is $44.95 a month per user. You can try it free for 30 days.

I first wrote about Firm Manager in December, before it was released to public beta, and then again last month, when it was released to public beta. See those posts for more background on the application.

Even with the commercial release, LexisNexis continues to develop and build out Firm Manager. For one, it has begun beta testing a mobile app for accessing the application. For another, it has created a set of training videos to help subscribers learn to use the application’s features. It has also launched a community forum for subscribers to ask questions, share ideas and report problems.

As I have noted before, I was part of a 15-member advisory board that provided LexisNexis with feedback on the development of Firm Manager. We received no compensation for our participation but were reimbursed for travel to two meetings.

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