I’m sensing a trend here. In January, I wrote here that the Web-based practice management application Rocket Matter had added document assembly. Less than a week later, I posted here that Clio had announced its addition of a document assembly feature. Then I learned that HoudiniEsq had already offered document assembly for at least a year.

Now it seems that MyCase is joining the fray. Sam Glover at Lawyerist.com points to a MyCase announcement saying that document assembly and word processing are “coming soon.”

Stay tuned for further developments.

  • For solos and small firms, count me in also. I have a practice management system for attorneys that do a lot of subrogation work for insurance companies seeking to recover damages that have been paid out on insurance claims. It does document assembly also, and can be modified to work for additional area(s) of practice.

    Blog Site: http://www.autosubrogate.net
    Web Site: http://www.autosubrogate.com