Eclipse Video Case Study: How law firms can scale up and diversify using Proclaim

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11 May 2016


See how the Proclaim legal software system is used to grow legal businesses, increase profitability, and open doors for new work streams.

Featured in this video:

  • Melanie Potts, Curtis Law
  • Ross Carr, Bakers Solicitors
  • Dan Bell, Chadwick Lawrence
  • Andrew Cummings, Pudsey Legal

Proclaim is the only Case and Practice Management Software solution endorsed by the Law Society.



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