Wednesday, November 3, 2010
RealPractice Targets Solo Attorneys With New Product
Santa Ana-based RealPractice, which develops legal technology products and related services, said today that it has launched a new, software-as-a-service platform aimed at solo attorneys. According to RealPractice, it is now offering My RealPractice, a product which helps those attorneys build their own websites, monitor their practices, manage matter and task management, invoicing, and more. RealPractice--which is headed by Carey Ransom--said the new offering is free to solo attorneys. The new product is a part of the firm's revamp and new focus on small solo attorneys. The firm, which had previously developed software for law firms of all sizes, has recently refocused and now is looking to help small attorneys with their marketing, management of their business, and more. The firm has said that it is hoping to become the LegalZoom equivalent for small solo practices.