3 Temple Gardens completes migration to Meridian Law Connected

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7 February 2014


3 Temple Gardens, a multi-disciplinary chambers in London, has completed its migration to Meridian Law Connected (MLC) from , a market-leading software provider to the barristers sector.

The migration sees the chambers replace its existing Meridan Law software with Meridian Law Connected, Advanced Legal’s flagship chambers’ management system, following a full review of the solutions available on the market. The enhancements found within MLC will contribute significantly to improving the chamber’s efficiency and profitability.

The system includes enriched financial management and reporting; comprehensive case management with the ability to ‘drag and drop’ files, enhanced diary management and a significantly improved marketing and customer relationship management (CRM) functionality.

Kevin Aldridge, Chambers Business Manager 3 Temple Gardens, says: “We wanted to partner with a forward thinking software provider which could provide a comprehensive yet intuitive solution that will enable us to drive growth over the coming years.

“We particularly like the improved email, automated reporting and case communication functionality and we anticipate increased efficiencies as a result. Advanced Legal’s expertise in the barristers sector and their knowledge of legal services is second-to-none. I would recommend Advanced to any Chambers looking to improve their in-house technology or to assist in process improvements to help drive better working practices.”

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director of Advanced Legal, says: “3 Temple Gardens’ migration to Meridian Law Connected reinforces the fact that this is the solution of choice for forward-thinking Chambers. We worked closely with their team to understand their needs and to ensure our solution will help improve their efficiency as a business. The fact that they researched the marketplace and selected us as their long-term legal technology provider is testimony of our proven track record and the experience we have to offer our clients.”



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