Articles Tagged with CosmoLex

The cloud-based practice management platform CosmoLex and the legal research service Casemaker have formed an exclusive alliance to integrate their two products. The integration enables lawyers who are subscribers to both services to easily track their research time in Casemaker using CosmoLex’s time-tracking capabilities and associate the time with matters in CosmoLex. The integration was announced […]

Being released today is a new version 3.3 of cloud practice management platform CosmoLex. Key highlights of this new version are the ability to import bank and credit card statements and automation of the month-end reconciliation process. I’ve not yet had a chance to view the new version, but information provided to me by CosmoLex […]

As I’ve noted before, the practice-management platform CosmoLex has been on a development roll. It made its debut at ABA Techshow in 2014 as a cloud-based time, billing and trust accounting program for solos and small firms. (I reviewed it here.) Then, in December 2014, it added a suite of practice-management tools that included document […]

Since its debut at ABA Techshow last year, CosmoLex has been on a development roll. It started as a cloud-based time, billing and trust accounting program for solos and small firms. (I reviewed it here.) Then, in December, it added a suite of practice-management tools that included document storage and management, pre-defined workflows and case […]

Since its launch earlier this year as a cloud-based billing and trust accounting platform, CosmoLex has steadily added new features and capabilities, gradually moving towards becoming a full-fledged law practice management platform. That progress continued today with the roll-out of three new features: document storage and management, pre-defined workflows and case notes. I first saw CosmoLex […]

Earlier this year, I included the cloud-based billing and trust accounting platform CosmoLex on my list of the Top 10 Product Announcements at ABA Techshow. “This is a comprehensive time and billing system with everything you expect in such a system,” I wrote then. Well, CosmoLex is about to get even more comprehensive, adding in […]

Clio founders Rian Gauvreau and Jack Newton. I am just back from ABA Techshow in Chicago. It was well worth the trip, with great programming, a teeming exhibit hall, and abundant opportunities for networking and socializing. The one question I was most often asked there (and that I most often asked others) was, “What have […]

The Law Library of Congress and Google have teamed up in a collaborative project to digitize 75,000 volumes of printed Congressional Hearings. Eventually, the entire collection will be converted into PDF format. So far, the project has compiled test collections of selected hearings having to do with three topics: the U.S. census, freedom of information […]

That is not my conclusion, but the premise of writer Denise Magnell’s piece, Legal Industry Slowly Lifts the Bar to Tech Adoption, published in the Boston Business Journal. In fact, I told Denise, and she quotes me as saying, that the legal profession, overall, was ahead of other professions in using technology. Here is how […]