Court Bundle Software


Osprey Approach

1 June 2021

Osprey Approach provides software solutions that help lawyers maximise their time, improve profitability and deliver excellent client service.


Bundledocs

13 May 2021

Bundledocs is cloud first document bundling, delivery and collaboration software used by legal teams, governments and professional services to help automate time consuming activities, cut costs and maximize in-house efficiencies.


Casedo

1 March 2020

Made by lawyers, for lawyers, Casedo is the multi-document reader and organisation tool streamlining the legal analysis and court bundling process. Whether you’re a barrister, a solicitor or a paralegal, you’ve experienced the frustration of having to rifle through paperwork… Read More


Access Legal

4 October 2019

Working in partnership with more than 3,500 UK law firms and underpinned by over 30 years of sector experience, Access Legal provides an unrivalled suite of complete software solutions. From case and practice management, finance, accounting and business intelligence to learning,… Read More


LAWFUSION by Select Legal Systems Limited

1 September 2019

LAWFUSION is a fully integrated suite of software for law firms from software house – Select Legal Systems Limited, legal sector specialists for 25+ years.


LEAP Legal Software

31 May 2017

LEAP is a cloud-based practice management system with integrated time recording, billing and client accounting.  Developed for small to medium sized law firms LEAP’s powerful features allow your practice to manage matters more efficiently and profitably from anywhere, anytime and from… Read More


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Are inheritance disputes set to become disputes with will-writers?

With one in four people saying they’d contest an inheritance if they didn’t feel it was distributed properly, many solicitors will have dealt with clients who are making a will that will subsequently be challenged.


If resigning is not enough…

Last week, I wrote about the Post Office scandal. I made clear my view that resigning is not enough, but some people have rightly challenged me to say what I feel would be enough.


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