Firm Manager, the cloud-based practice management platform from LexisNexis, today is announcing the addition of batch invoicing.

The new feature uses a “wizard” to guide attorneys through the process of creating a batch of invoices, according to the announcement.

This enables a law firm to establish a regular billing cycle to prepare all their invoices for email or mail distribution in just a few clicks. The wizard provides a set of options so attorneys can choose how they want to bill clients. For example, a firm can bill for all legal services performed by a specific attorney, or by date, a range of dates, or by total amount due.

The batch-invoicing feature also allows law firms to customize invoice templates, such as to include a standard message across all bills, the announcement says. It also provides the means to write a custom note for specific clients and includes options for applying discounts or marking a bill “no charge.”

Capabilities already existing in Firm Manager automatically deduct and make a record of any draw from a trust account. Users can set a bill due date immediately or along a range from seven to 60 days.

Below are screen shots showing the batch-invoicing process.





As I’ve noted before here, I serve on an advisory board that provided LexisNexis with feedback on the development of Firm Manager. I receive no compensation for my participation but have been reimbursed for travel to board meetings.

  • Looks like they are trying to catch up. CaseFox has had this feature for years. Much simpler to use. It can also generate “Reminder Invoices” automatically for cases in which no work was done during the invoicing period but there is an outstanding balance.

  • After comparing CaseFox and LexisNexis, I think I’m more leaning towards you guys…can someone contact me? It’s for one of my legal client.


  • Does the latest version of LexisNexis still come with batch-invoicing feature?