Law Practice Management Software for Criminal Law Attorneys
Handling multiple criminal cases at a time? You can now access all your client communication, expenses, invoices and communication in one intuitive system. PracticePanther’s law practice management software for criminal law attorneys is easy to use, secure and ideal for managing multiple clients at a time.
Benefits of PracticePanther’s Criminal Law Practice Management Software
- Integrated task manager system
- Call logs to keep note of client conversations
- Completely paperless
- No software needed
- Add as many user accounts as you need
- Integrated calendar system
- Customizable security settings
- Accessible customer support
- Keep track of bills with the time tracker
Is the Law Practice Management Software Secure?
PracticePanther has implemented the same encryption technology used by banks to ensure that all your personal information, client details and communication and financial transactions are safe and secure.
What devices support PracticePanther?
You can access your law practice management software for criminal law attorneys anywhere in the world, with any device that has a modern browser. From smartphones and tablets to computers and laptops, you can access your files and communications wherever you can connect to the Internet!
Can PracticePanther manage invoices?
Invoices are made easy with PracticePanther, allowing you to email, save and print client invoices all from the same system. You can even file all transactions and expenses for future reference.
Can I test the software?
Access all the intuitive features from PracticePanther’s law practice management software for free, for seven days, by simply registering online!
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