Fill Sets of Documents Simultaneously
Stop retyping the same information over and over. Use Lawyaw to save sets of forms or documents you use together and complete projects faster. Spend less time on routine drafting and more time focused on impactful work.
Automate PDFs or Word-based Templates
Whether you need to complete standard court form PDFs or convert your firm’s proprietary Word documents into custom, cloud-based templates, Lawyaw can streamline your legal document creation process.
Improve Client Satisfaction
Finish work quickly and conveniently with Lawyaw’s built-in, mobile-friendly e-signature tool. Plus, enjoy peace of mind knowing that you won’t have the wrong client’s name in a footer that was missed by “find and replace” in Word.
A Better Way to Create Documents
Use conditional logic to assemble complex documents with ease. Adjust pronouns, ensure subject-verb agreement, and add or remove clauses based on client-specific information.
Access Libraries of Ready-to-Use Court Forms
Access libraries with thousands of up-to-date federal, state and local forms. Currently available for more than a dozen states + USCIS/Immigration (with more on the way).
Sync Data Directly from Clio
You can use Contact and Matter information from Clio Manage to populate document sets in Lawyaw.
Finish Work Faster with E-Sign
With a built-in, mobile-friendly e-signature tool, you can complete projects faster and more conveniently for clients. Includes options for multiple signature formats and an audit trail.
The Essential Guide to Document Automation
Document automation isn’t for every firm, but there are thousands using the technology to save time, avoid errors and improve efficiency with routine drafting.
In this eBook you will find best practices to consider when evaluating potential solutions, and implementing new technology at your firm. Here are some of the topics covered:
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The Value of Document Automation
Key Considerations for Evaluating Legal Document Automation
Managing Change and Preparing for New Technologies
8 Steps for Creating Repeatable Processes