St John’s Chambers announces MLC partnership with Advanced Legal

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22 January 2014


St John’s Chambers, one of the largest barristers’ sets in the South West, has announced that Meridian Law Connected (MLC) from is their new choice of Chambers software.

The 80 barrister set, based in Bristol, provides first class advocacy and advice nationally. The Chambers will move from MLaw, their current system, to MLC on 7 April 2014 to benefit from the enhanced capabilities that the product has to offer.

MLC, the industry leading management software, provides business management solutions that maximise barrister and clerk efficiency and streamline business processes to deliver improved customer service, better client retention and greater revenue growth.

Delivering a full range of capabilities such as an advanced diary, simplified billing and streamlined case management, MLC will provide St John’s with critical management resources that will aid the chambers day to day operations.

Derek Jenkins, Chief executive of St John’s Chamber’s commented “We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with Advanced Legal. We are very impressed with the market leading functionality that MLC offers and are certain it will be pivotal in making our chambers work more efficiently.

“MLC offers a range of impressive components, such as marketing, reporting and email integration that will no doubt facilitate and support our growth plans in 2014.”

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



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