We mentioned several tools in our presentation, “Competing Successfully with Online Legal Forms.”
Here’s a list of those tools, with links, so that you can learn more about how to integrate online legal forms in your practice.
Sources of Online Legal Forms:
- Rocket Lawyer
- US Federal Court Forms (an example of publicly available forms to integrate into your practice)
- Docracry (an open collection of legal contracts for lawyers)
ABA Bar Ethics Opinion:
Forms as a Revenue Model:
- Dentist Legal Forms (great example of unbundled legal services through forms)
- Affiliate Sales (to be considered as a side business, not as part of your practice)
- Client Lead Engines
Tools for Creating Your Own Forms:
- Word (using the Developer Tab fields)
- Google Apps for Business (online form generator that syncs with Clio)
Practice Management Software:
This list of tools is not meant to be exhaustive, but only to demonstrate the wide range of tools available to lawyers of every skill level.
Other Tools Mentioned by Speakers and the Audience:
- RapidDocs (as corrected by Richard Jans)
- A2J by Access to Justice (online interview frontend for legal service agencies)
- ProDoc (document assembly software with specific state focus)
- Formstack (online form builder)
- NextChapter (upcoming online bankruptcy tool)
We hope you enjoyed our presentation and that these tools help you find new ways to compete with online legal forms.