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The firm, which has seven offices across the county, offers a range of legal services for both personal and business matters and is one of the few law firms in the area which has specialist medical negligence and sports law capabilities.
Managing partner Neil Wilson said the firm had decided to replace its previous legal software with a view to creating a more flexible and efficient working platform as part of its strategic plan.
“We chose SOS Connect following a very thorough procurement exercise,” he said.
“During this process SOS clearly demonstrated not only that its practice management solution is one of the best on the market but also that its way of working sits comfortably within our established values.
“We are now working closely with SOS to go live in mid-2019 with a system which will deliver significant benefits to Chadwick Lawrence, as well as enhancing our client experience.”
Graham Colbourne, managing director of SOS, said: “Chadwick Lawrence is a good example of a mid-tier firm which has several offices and therefore requires a system which can provide a more unified approach. We look forward to working with the firm on the roll-out of SOS Connect.”