Zola Suite, a robust end-to-end practice management solution, is now available FREE for up to three eligible Library members, plus one FREE office manager and one FREE accountant per law firm for the price of a Library membership and a one-time activation fee of $25 per attorney.
According to a 2018 ABA Report, 95% of all attorneys use a smartphone to work remotely. However, despite the adoption of these newer technologies, many law firms have yet to embrace Law Practice Management Software that centralizes data, fosters collaboration, creates efficiency, and enforces accountability regardless of whether team members are sitting in neighboring offices or neighboring states.
Come to the Social Law Library for lunch and learn how to super-charge your law firm and get it to the next level with the fastest-growing practice management platform available, Zola Suite. A Zola Suite representative will be onsite to demonstrate all of the powerful practice management tools included FREE with your Social Law membership.
“It makes communicating between everyone in the office very easy. We are able to work collaboratively without worry about which version we are working off of. And it provides a great way for us to pass information.”
Dafoe Law, PLLC
Date and Time:
Thursday, November 7th, 2019, 1:00 PM
Social Law Library
One Pemberton Square
Boston, MA 02108
Free to Attend and Lunch Will Be Served
Register online or call Brian Flynn at 617-226-1379 or at email@example.com to RSVP.
|“Zola gets rid of a lot of duplicate effort and trips across the office to talk about what's been done because everything is just right there.”
Zola Suite is loaded with amazing functionality. Come see it in action…
- Best-In-Class Matter Management
- Complete Legal Accounting
- Advanced Time Tracking, Billing & LEDES Invoicing
- Built-in Email Client
- Customizable Reminders
- iOS and Android Mobile Apps
- Contact Management
- Document Management & Automation
- Secure Client Portal
- Legal Notes Organizer
- Task Management
- Reports and Analytics
- Court-Admissible Proof of Delivery
- Case-Centric Calendaring