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Amicus Attorney

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Amicus Attorney FAQs

Q. What type of pricing plans does Amicus Attorney offer?

Amicus Attorney has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $69.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available

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Q. Who are the typical users of Amicus Attorney?

Amicus Attorney has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business


Q. What languages does Amicus Attorney support?

Amicus Attorney supports the following languages:
English


Q. Does Amicus Attorney support mobile devices?

Amicus Attorney supports the following devices:
Android, iPad, iPhone


Q. Does Amicus Attorney offer an API?

No, Amicus Attorney does not have an API available.


Q. What other apps does Amicus Attorney integrate with?

Amicus Attorney integrates with the following applications:
Dropbox Business, QuickBooks Online Advanced, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Microsoft 365


Q. What level of support does Amicus Attorney offer?

Amicus Attorney offers the following support options:
FAQs/Forum, Phone Support, Email/Help Desk, Knowledge Base, Chat, 24/7 (Live rep)

Amicus Attorney product overview

Price starts from

69

/user

Per month

What is Amicus Attorney?

Amicus Attorney is a cloud and on-premise law practice management solution that enables legal firms to streamline the entire case lifecycle, from creating documents to raising invoices for clients. It offers a calendar module, which lets professionals share and update appointments on calendars, receive notifications in case of event changes, and link events, such as court dates, directly with cases in order to track progress.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

FAQs/Forum
Phone Support
Email/Help Desk
Knowledge Base
Chat
24/7 (Live rep)

Training options

Documentation
Live Online
Videos
In Person
Webinars

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Value for money

3.3

/5

196

Starting from

69

/user

Per month

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
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Amicus Attorney features

Functionality

3.7

/5

196

Total features

42

7 categories

Most valued features by users

Document Management
Access Controls/Permissions
Task Management
Case Management
Calendar Management
Third-Party Integrations
Client Management
Reminders

Amicus Attorney users reviews

Overall Rating

3.7

/5

196

Positive reviews

Rating breakdown
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend6.91/10
Rating distribution

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Pros
I am impressed that Amicus actually takes action on suggestions and has adopted user recommendations. This is a nice value add proposition.
The layout is attractive, and it has a lot of features and reports that are useful. It integrates fairly well with Quickbooks.
I have had a very good experience with Amicus especially with integrated file/contact/case management.
Cons
Amiucs sold us their accounting software package representing that it would work. It does not work because of the constant disruption of the link with QuickBooks.
Customer Service is really awful. A government bureaucracy might be the only customer service department that is worse than Amicus.
There is no warning that you are about to close the entire program on your computer.
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Law Practice, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Amicus Software

Reviewed 5 years ago

I am a 9 year veteran of Amicus. I'v e had a couple of opportunities to switch to other platforms but have opted to stick with Amicus. It is a bit more expensive than other programs but I have found that its ease of use and integration make it worth it.

Pros

This software is easy to use and fully integrated with my office (electronic client files, documents, email, etc).

Cons

Some of the applications (which I have chosen not to use) are complicated and do not play well with outlook or Microsoft office.

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Mark J.

Law Practice, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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A great program getting better

Reviewed 4 years ago

Amicus has assisted me organize my practice for over 25 years. The integration with the Billing program, Quickbooks and the APX credit card payment acceptance program is a convenient timesaver, very much appreciated.

Pros

The program's visual layout, divided into files and calendar, is easy to understand, easy to use and easy to teach new users to use. The program allows people, events, and documents to be easily associated with files and integrates with Outlook so that emails with their attachment can be retained, tracked and reviewed.

Cons

The program's file tab includes an events tab which focus solely on the attorney and staff actions and events. No way exists to track the primary events in a litigation or transactional matter without being inundated with every timeslip and calender event on the case. As a result, the diamonds get lost in the overwhelming minutia and the events tab rarely gets used. Additionally, my firm's primary...

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Jackie E.

Law Practice, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend3/10

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Much more clunky than we had hoped. Large learning curve. Making do for now.

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

TIME & MATTER MANAGEMENT: Timers and time entries are pretty simple. Knowing all people involved in a matter all in one place; engineers, judges, etc. is a great feature. Adding emails to a file is a good idea but time-consuming. Having all the data for a client in one place is good. BILLING: I like that the Billing and Attorney sides are separate. Billing and accepting payments works quite well. Amicus can do split billing which is important to us. The interface with Quickbooks is quirky but after 1.7 years of working with it we've figured out most of the issues and found workarounds. Reports can be downloaded to Excel which is vital to my managing the firm.

Cons

CONS: The end-user learning curve is huge and not intuitive which has led to a lot of attorneys entering time and not using Amicus for anything else. Text onscreen is exceptionally small, and for most users, problematic. The interface is not intuitive and takes a lot of trial and error to find the best ways to find what you want or report on the issue. We were lead to believe that the document management...

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Evan N.

Used daily for 2+ years

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Used to be the best in field -- but now there are many competitive choices.

Reviewed 7 years ago
Pros

Amicus Attorney Premium is a reliable product. Once it's up and running correctly, there are few bugs. It is a highly flexible program chock full of more options than anyone could ever use. I prefer to avoid the cloud, too much risk of privacy issues, so even though an in-house server is old school, I prefer it this way. MS Exchange sync which gets calendars and contacts to the cell phone is excellent since 2015, best it's been since the old days of synching to the Palm Pilot. While I am listing a number of cons below, this software is the center point of our practice.

Cons

Since this software was purchased by Abacus Corp in 2016, the price has gone up 75% -- what a sticker shock! IMHO, the tech support under the new owner is no better or worse. As for improvements to the product, the new owners seem to be focused only on selling their own add-on products --- the announcements tout how AA Premium now links to Abacus Product XYZ, but AA Premium has received any new...

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Raymond F.

Legal Services, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Reviewed 8 years ago

I have a small 5 attorney firm. with a large support staff. At any given time, we handle about 1,000 active files. Our practice is very paper intensive. We've tried to go paperless, but it doesn't quite work with out type of practice, so we still do things the old fashioned way ... with file folders and legal pads. I've been an Amicus Attorney user for over 10 years. Prior to that, I tried and...

Pros

Their support is fantastic. Very little wait time. The support people are courteous, knowledgeable. and patient.

Cons

In many ways, the program is overwhelming for some of our staff. It takes a lot of time to train new staff members on the program. Also, there are many things that the program does that I haven't been able to use because it takes a lot of time to set up those things. This is probably more of a problem with smaller firms that don't have staff who just handle equipment use. In addition, we're WordPerfect users. I feel that the program works slightly better with MS Word.

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