LawBase and LegalShift Partner to Brings Legal Project Management (LPM) Module Based on BakerManage® Framework

LawBase and LegalShift Partner to Brings Legal Project Management (LPM) Module Based on BakerManage® Framework

Law firm attorneys and in-house counsel often struggle with being able to gather critical information, process it quickly and determine the best approaches while responding to new developments. Through this partnership, the BakerManage LPM framework can be added to LawBase making it the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Now attorneys can implement LPM processes, resulting in greater transparency, better communication and proactive management of the business side of legal matters on behalf of clients.

 

Being able to partner with LegalShift to bring Baker Donelson’s BakerManage® LPM to our users is the next step in offering the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Over the years, we have collaborated with leading organizations and have integrated popular legal software into LawBase to make sure our clients have the best possible return on their investment. This partnership is no different.

 

With the LPM module added to LawBase, users will have access to:

  • A proven LPM workflow
  • Project planning and statement of work development
  • Team roles and responsibilities definition
  • Legal spend and matter estimating tools
  • Budge monitoring and change order tracking
  • Status report templates
  • Enhanced data capture to support alternative pricing
  • Workflows to promote collaborative client and team communications
  • A process for capturing improvements or opportunities for future innovation

 

Now clients have access to an LPM methodology that has been implemented across thousands of legal matters and is proven to achieve significant cost savings and efficiencies for legal teams and their clients. The LPM software is available as an integrated module of LawBase or as a stand-alone product.

 

This partnership was discussed in a recent podcast by Ari Kaplan where he spoke with LawBase President, Phil Homburger and David Rueff, shareholder and the legal project management officer at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, who oversees the development of the firm’s legal project management solution, BakerManage®, and is on the board of directors of the firm’s subsidiary. In the interview, they discuss BakerManage® and the genesis of its development, the collaboration between Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC and LawBase, why project management has become so important for legal professionals, and what an initiative like this one symbolizes about the evolution of the legal industry, among other topics. Check it out at http://www.reinventingprofessionals.com/collaborating-to-reinvent-legal-project-management/.

 

Law firm attorneys and in-house counsel often struggle with being able to gather critical information, process it quickly and determine the best approaches while responding to new developments. Through this partnership, the BakerManage LPM framework can be added to LawBase making it the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Now attorneys can implement LPM processes, resulting in greater transparency, better communication and proactive management of the business side of legal matters on behalf of clients.

 

Being able to partner with LegalShift to bring Baker Donelson’s BakerManage® LPM to our users is the next step in offering the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Over the years, we have collaborated with leading organizations and have integrated popular legal software into LawBase to make sure our clients have the best possible return on their investment. This partnership is no different.

 

With the LPM module added to LawBase, users will have access to:

  • A proven LPM workflow
  • Project planning and statement of work development
  • Team roles and responsibilities definition
  • Legal spend and matter estimating tools
  • Budge monitoring and change order tracking
  • Status report templates
  • Enhanced data capture to support alternative pricing
  • Workflows to promote collaborative client and team communications
  • A process for capturing improvements or opportunities for future innovation

 

Now clients have access to an LPM methodology that has been implemented across thousands of legal matters and is proven to achieve significant cost savings and efficiencies for legal teams and their clients. The LPM software is available as an integrated module of LawBase or as a stand-alone product.

 

This partnership was discussed in a recent podcast by Ari Kaplan where he spoke with LawBase President, Phil Homburger and David Rueff, shareholder and the legal project management officer at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, who oversees the development of the firm’s legal project management solution, BakerManage®, and is on the board of directors of the firm’s subsidiary. In the interview, they discuss BakerManage® and the genesis of its development, the collaboration between Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC and LawBase, why project management has become so important for legal professionals, and what an initiative like this one symbolizes about the evolution of the legal industry, among other topics. Check it out at http://www.reinventingprofessionals.com/collaborating-to-reinvent-legal-project-management/.

 

Law firm attorneys and in-house counsel often struggle with being able to gather critical information, process it quickly and determine the best approaches while responding to new developments. Through this partnership, the BakerManage LPM framework can be added to LawBase making it the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Now attorneys can implement LPM processes, resulting in greater transparency, better communication and proactive management of the business side of legal matters on behalf of clients.

 

Being able to partner with LegalShift to bring Baker Donelson’s BakerManage® LPM to our users is the next step in offering the most robust case and matter management system on the market. Over the years, we have collaborated with leading organizations and have integrated popular legal software into LawBase to make sure our clients have the best possible return on their investment. This partnership is no different.

 

With the LPM module added to LawBase, users will have access to:

  • A proven LPM workflow
  • Project planning and statement of work development
  • Team roles and responsibilities definition
  • Legal spend and matter estimating tools
  • Budge monitoring and change order tracking
  • Status report templates
  • Enhanced data capture to support alternative pricing
  • Workflows to promote collaborative client and team communications
  • A process for capturing improvements or opportunities for future innovation

 

Now clients have access to an LPM methodology that has been implemented across thousands of legal matters and is proven to achieve significant cost savings and efficiencies for legal teams and their clients. The LPM software is available as an integrated module of LawBase or as a stand-alone product.

 

This partnership was discussed in a recent podcast by Ari Kaplan where he spoke with LawBase President, Phil Homburger and David Rueff, shareholder and the legal project management officer at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, who oversees the development of the firm’s legal project management solution, BakerManage®, and is on the board of directors of the firm’s subsidiary. In the interview, they discuss BakerManage® and the genesis of its development, the collaboration between Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC and LawBase, why project management has become so important for legal professionals, and what an initiative like this one symbolizes about the evolution of the legal industry, among other topics. Check it out at

http://www.reinventingprofessionals.com/collaborating-to-reinvent-legal-project-management/.

 

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