Legal software designed for employment law firms

As an employment law firm, you work hard to make other people’s work run smoother. Clio is designed to do the same for you. With Clio’s employment law software for legal professionals, you’ll be able to reduce administrative hassle, provide a better service to your clients, and stay organised at all times. Manage contracts, disputes, agreements, and client relationships from one central platform.

Employment Law Software

Clio features for employment law firms

Whether you’re negotiating employment contracts, reviewing employment agreements, preparing matters for an employment tribunal, or doing any other employment law work, Clio can help.

  • Matter Management

    Store your employment law firm’s case and matter files in a centralised, secure, online environment. Get rid of filing cabinets, clutter, and missing files.

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  • Document management

    Securely store all your employment law firm’s legal files in one location for quick reference. Log every email, note, and call to your virtual case file and associate it with your documents to make file easy to find when needed.

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  • Calendar

    Keep track of your employment law firm’s busy schedule so nothing ever falls through the cracks.

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  • Secure Communication

    Share employment case documents with clients via Clio for Clients, our secure online client and co-counsel portals, or other software such as DocuSign. Set permissions to authorise specific access within your firm.

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  • Case Management

    Use our custom fields feature to record even the smallest case details. Record key details involved in employment law cases. Keep track of key contacts and record important details of a settlement or termination agreement, like pension, severance package details, benefits, and the end date of employment for dismissal cases.

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Employment Law Software FAQs

What is employment law software?

Employment law software is software that makes it easier for employment law solicitors to do what they do best: assist their clients. 

It reduces time spent on administrative tasks, helping employment law solicitors manage their matters, workload, and clients. 

With it, law firms can access critical information on-the-go and record key details for any employment matter or case. By using employment law software, employment law solicitors’ and employment law barristers’ matter management for both simple and complex matters becomes easier. Productivity and profitability increase. 

What are the common features of employment law software?

Leading employment law software provides four key features.

With cloud-based matter and document management capabilities, employment law solicitors can always access their critical documents—whether they’re at an employment tribunal or at their clients’ offices. E-signature integrations, as well as a secure client portal, mean firms can communicate in confidence with clients, even on the go. 

Advanced calendaring capabilities help employment law solicitors stay on top of their to-do list. Never again will they miss a deadline to issue a tribunal claim for unfair or constructive dismissal claims. 

The software’s advanced billing and client accounting features reduce time spent creating, and chasing, client invoices. Employment law solicitors can therefore spend more time with their clients and less time on admin. 

Last but not least, integrations allow employment law solicitors, barristers, and other legal professionals to create end-to-end tech ecosystems. They can connect a range of tools (including Outlook, Google Apps, Box, and Dropbox) to their employment law software and automate key workflows. 

How does employment law software make lawyers more efficient?

If efficiency is a priorty, legal software that can streamline your firms operations should be at the heart of your employment law practices. It must guide every process, from client onboarding, to matter management, to invoicing.

By tying disparate aspects of your firm’s operations together in one single place, you’ll reduce inefficiency and be able to better serve clients. 

You’ll have a single source of truth for all documents—whether these relate to your current dismissal, discrimination, or disciplinary cases.

What are the benefits of employment law software?

Employment law solicitors need more time, less hassle, and to make as few errors as possible. That’s where Clio’s employment law software comes in. 

Key workflows are streamlined thanks to document automation, custom fields, and task lists. Employment law solicitors can therefore pour their time and energy into their current work, whether this relates to disciplinary proceedings or performance allegations. 

Administrative hassle is reduced to a minimum as the software collects and organises all key client data in one easy-to-view place. 

With more time and fewer administrative hurdles, employment law solicitors can focus their energy on important work—leading to fewer errors or missed deadlines.

How does a law firm choose an employment law software provider?

Every employment law firm has its own approach. Some might be tempted by an employment law software free trial, while others will carefully draw up a list of the precise features they want and how much they’re willing to spend.

Ultimately, employment law firms need to first draw up a list of what they struggle with on a daily basis. This will outline the capabilities that they need—which is the perfect starting point when considering new software. 

But features alone aren’t the be-all and end-all. Top employment law firms understand that they will have an ongoing relationship with their employment law software provider. This means that they need to choose a provider who has fantastic customer service—and who won’t stop trying to make their lives easier.

In other words, a provider like Clio. 

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