Advanced Legal to provide hosted MLC solution to mediation specialist ADR Group

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2 April 2015


AdvancedLegal200London-based mediation specialist, ADR Group has signed a deal with Advanced Legal, to implement its hosted chambers management solution MLC.

ADR Group has been established for 25 years, and is nationally and internationally acknowledged as a leading authority in mediation and other dispute resolution techniques.

MLC is the market-leading chambers management software solution, providing diary, fees, case management, billing and automatic time recording to barristers and clerks in order to increase efficiency and maximise revenue.

The hosted solution will allow the firm to take advantage of remote working and reduce IT infrastructure overheads whilst ensuring a seamless implementation and fast set up.

Mark Belford, Senior Clerk, ADR Group, has had previous experience of using MLC at a previous chamber. Belford comments, “Having had a great relationship with Advanced Legal in the past, I knew that they would be able to help ADR Group manage their business effectively.  Hosted MLC is the perfect solution to meet our needs both now and in the future.”

“I was delighted that ADR took my recommendation, and I look forward to continuing my relationship with Advanced Legal as we work together to implement our new system.”

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director, Advanced Legal, says, “The fact that our users want to continue their partnerships with us when moving between organisations is a testament to both the relationships we build with our clients and the strength of our product.

“MLC is the market-leading chambers management software, and our hosted solution ensures firms can benefit from a sophisticated system without needing a complex IT infrastructure.”

Advanced Legal is a division of Advanced Computer Software Group Limited, a leading supplier of software and IT services to the health, care and business services sectors.



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