Advanced Legal to showcase solutions at IBC annual conference 2014

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19 June 2014


Market-leading software provider, (Advanced) will be showcasing its suite of solutions on stand number one at the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks (IBC) annual conference at the Rose Bowl, Leeds on 21st June 2014.

150 barristers’ clerks will attend the event, which will include workshops and seminars discussing the latest issues affecting the clerking and legal profession. Alistair MacDonald QC, Vice Chairman of the Bar, will be presenting the event’s keynote speech and Robert Webb QC, General Counsel, Rolls Royce, will be delivering a speech; ‘Keeping the Bar Relevant – The Responsibility of the Barristers’ Clerk?’

The team from Advanced will be presenting Meridian Law Connected (MLC), the company’s flagship chambers management system and Time Tracker powered by Rekoop, a time capture tool designed to streamline time and invoicing management.

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director at Advanced Legal comments: “Exhibiting at the IBC conference gives us the opportunity to explain how our solutions can enable chambers of all sizes to streamline efficiencies, enable time and cost savings and optimise client service levels.

“MLC is the solution of choice for forward-thinking chambers which are seeking to improve their productivity and profitability. We believe our status as IBC’s main sponsors reflects our position as the pre-eminent provider of IT solutions that can meet the evolving needs of barristers.”

MLC includes business management functionality including diary, fees, case management and automatic time recording that maximise efficiency and streamline business processes. The solution helps barristers and clerks deliver improved customer service, better client retention and greater revenue growth.

Time Tracker is a powerful and highly intuitive solution that enables users to record time spent on activities, such as meetings, phone calls and emails and convert this data into accurate client billing information.

Advanced Legal forms part of Advanced Business Solutions, an Advanced Computer Software Group plc company.



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