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Top 6 Web-Based Apps For Lawyers

Online tools may appear like a big turn off in this fast-paced world of professional mobiles and tablet applications. But, you know what? There are still many lawyers who carry out some of their work at a desk and much of it in a Web browser. Whether in the heat of a profitable discussion or in preparation of forthcoming case, lawyers rely on an abundance of informative sources to help support their argument and win over the judge and jury. Up until recent times, this frequently concerned flipping through a huge number of texts and browsing many of resolved court cases, in an attempt to discover from the past. But, with the development of web-apps, attending to the requirements of apparently a limitless number of lifestyles and careers, these web-apps are now ruling inside the law offices all through the globe.

If you are a busy lawyer, then these web apps are for you! With these tools lawyers can save some time and that will fine tune your business and schedule.

1. Invoicera

Invoicera is an outstanding online invoicing software and is intended to be a simple billing solution for lawyers and small businesses. With Invoicera lawyers can create, send and track invoices, record and track expenses, create and send estimates/quotes, track how your time is being spent, track expenses and track project time and much more. But there is one key feature which is significant for a business catering globally to its customer and that is multiple language and currency Support. The reason why Invoicera tops this chart is it provides all other most hunted features along with multiple language and Currency Support.

2. MyMarketToolkit

This online business tool has been developed to assist lawyers to drive new business and handle existing business. The Lawyer package comprises modules essential to attract, convert and supervise business as well as handle your in-house operations.

3. Zamzar

There are only some things which are more annoying than receiving an important file that you can’t open. Zamzar is a web based app that can translate a broad range of file formats. Just upload the file, select the output format, enter an e-mail address, and you’ll get a fresh version transported to your inbox.

4. LawStack

Lawstack act as your legal history book. It comprises of handy documents such as the Federal Rules of illegal practices, but it also permits you to download and entrench other documents and access them via this application. Lawstack enables lawyers to generate a modified orientation book to pass on to on the fly.

5. LawCalc

This complete online tool for private lawyers which calculates past & future financial loss, past & future superannuation loss and past & future domestic care. LawCalc is so dominant that lawyers use LawCalc in their own individual injury monetary loss reports since it is precise and saves a lot of time.

6. DocScanner

If you require to examine on the go, this legal-friendly app is for you. It allows you take a photo of any certificate with your iPhone camera and without human intervention convert it to a PDF document.

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This post is contributed by Steven Smith. He is an Editor of, a business blog that shares tips and information about various business related topics. You can follow him at @SmallBizFriends



  1. Andrew Flinch

    June 17, 2011 at 2:19 pm

    Thanks Steven for including Invoicera in your post.

  2. BAA

    June 19, 2011 at 7:39 pm

    Thank you for your sharing. It’s very useful for me, Thanks again.

  3. jesty

    June 23, 2011 at 11:07 am

    Very informative.. because of the fact that I have never heard of these applications before.. hmm.. i think other professions out there can also use this apps as well..

  4. reeha

    June 25, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    thanks Steven smith for sharing these websites . I bookmarked your site as i am a very big gainer of Law complications and these sites really helps me in adding more information about law into my knowledge.

  5. jenna

    June 28, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Invocia and other management software are definitely key pieces to making sure that you are charging your client the right amount for what you’ve done and also protecting yourself from possible malpractice claims in the future.

  6. mine

    June 29, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    phone based apps are more desired and user ratio of mobile based app is more as compare to web based app but i think industry should also focus on web apps as they are also very important part of technology.

  7. Khan

    July 1, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    This technological introduction to lawyers.

  8. Admin

    July 1, 2011 at 10:48 pm

    Thanks for the article Steven. Hope to read more insightful articles from you.

  9. Dan

    September 6, 2011 at 4:15 am

    These tools seem like they would be good resources for lawyers on-the-go. I have also heard about a legal app in development that’s going to help lawyers take casebooks with them. It’s called Push:legal; be on the lookout for it.

  10. Syd

    February 6, 2012 at 5:23 am

    Nice tools but here is the question. Most law firms are looking for an integrated software or tool to manage everything from one central location. These tools can work for a few days but after that serious law firm will come back looking for a full fledged tool. How can we say that ? Because we are in the same business. 🙂

    my 2 cents~

  11. David

    June 26, 2012 at 11:19 am

    Mobile apps sure have come a long way, and not only do they help in many ways, they also make things a lot more interesting and interactive. I believe mobile apps have surpassed browser use now, pretty amazing! 🙂

  12. Matthew

    October 23, 2012 at 10:23 pm

    I would also suggest tabzon: http : // www, a free web app that acts like an online in/out board. Especially useful for the receptionist etc to keep track of who is available, in meetings, out to lunch etc.

  13. Kumar

    October 29, 2012 at 7:05 pm

    I would suggest another app, which helps in time tracking and billing clients. Its Replicon employee time tracking software.

  14. Rick Williams

    May 7, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    Thanks for listing those 6 wonderful web based apps. I’m sure we can use that on work.

  15. Rick Williams

    May 16, 2013 at 2:06 am

    Thanks for listing those 6 wonderful web based apps. I’m sure we can use that on work.

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