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Take Your Entire Firm to the Cloud


Attorneys are always on the move, always collaborating with other members of their firm, and always needing to access important information. Many technologies are quickly changing and innovating to fit this new routine. One technology that is maximizing and streamlining workflow in the fast-moving legal world is the cloud. Experience the benefits of next level work efficiency and flexibility with cloud technology.

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NextChapter's 2019 Summer Reading List


May 2019 marks the first month of NextChapter's book club! We chose our first book by inviting all members of the team (remote & HQ) to join a special slack dedicated to all things book club. We narrowed our list down to three books to choose from; The Tattooist of Auschwitz, A Man Called Ove, and The Great Alone.

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Lawyers: How to Keep Client Data Safe


As a lawyer, it is exceptionally important to keep information safe and private, as it affects the financial and personal situations of your clients. By using the most advanced softwares and technology out there, you can ensure you have maximum security for your clients and law firm.

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7 Website Basics for Lawyers


Every law firm needs a website. The trick, however, is crafting a website that engages users and keeps their attention. If your website doesn't do this, your website visitors will never become clients. Your law firm's website is your first impression on a potential client, make it user-friendly and showcase your services in a way that increases credibility. Turn leads into clients with a few key pieces outlined below that'll enhance your firm's website.

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Post NACBA '19 Release


You asked and we delivered! At this year's NACBA conference, we spoke with numerous long-time and new users and received some top-notch feature requests. In less than a week, we took their feedback, contacted our developers and deployed attorney suggestions into the application. Now that's what we call responsive.

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