Legal Files Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Legal Files

Legal case and matter management software

4.62/5 (13 reviews)

Legal Files Pricing

Pricing model: One-time License

Legal Files matter management is licensed on a perpetual basis; once the user licenses the software, it is theirs to use without having to pay monthly subscription costs.

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Pricing Comparison

How does Legal Files compare with other Legal & Law apps?

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Legal Files Pricing Reviews

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      1 reviewers had the following to say about Legal Files's pricing:

      Michal Lusk

      Does Everything, But at a Cost

      Reviewed 2017-02-06
      Review Source: Capterra

      Legal Files is definitely extremely capable software. It is very field-dense, allowing users to keep track of an extremely large amount of data. It does almost everything a law firm needs to have done by practice management software. However, Legal Files needs to be set up correctly to get the maximum benefit of the features. This requires paying the Legal Files support staff (likely) or having someone in-house who knows or can quickly learn the software well enough to do set up (not likely). Firms must also be willing to put in the time necessary to learn the software to get the benefit of the many features. Firms without a culture of innovation may struggle to learn Legal Files well enough to use the features for which they purchased it. Additionally, Legal Files is not cheap software. I do not think it is overpriced for what you get, but it does require a substantial up-front investment for software, training, support (billed separately every year), and either an in-house or virtual server. The fact it is server based makes it less adaptable as firm size fluctuates than cloud-based software.

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      Legal Files

      Legal case and matter management software