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If you are looking for PCLaw, you have come to the right place. We explain what PCLaw is and point you to the official download.

What is PCLaw?

The LexisNexis PCLaw application is used for client and accounts management at law firms. It supplies users with a central hub for accounts and records, which can reduce the amount of time spent on filing and paperwork. It can replace analogue solutions for expense tracking by supplying digital timesheets as well as timers that can integrate it with standard office programs. Examples of office applications with which it can be integrated include Microsoft’s Excel and Word programs as well as Corel’s WordPerfect program. It has easy invoicing utilities as well as preloaded invoice format templates, along with options for editing and creating templates.

The application also provides options for building rules into the client accounts they are managing—this can help with trust accounting. Accounts payable and receivable can be managed with the software, which also supplies reporting tools that can generate reports in over 50 common formats. Users willing to pay a little more for added functionalities can also get payroll process, depositing, and reporting through the program, as well as credit card processing features integrated into the software. The program also supplies a mobile service that gives users access to their data even when on the go.

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File types supported by PCLaw

Our users primarily use PCLaw to open these file types:

About file types supported by PCLaw

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Last updated: : September 19, 2014