Family Lawyers need tech too! Having practiced in a law firm that did a fair bit of family law, I can attest to how quickly the work load can rise and the limited amount of tools available to lessen the load. While other areas of law move forward, there hasn’t been too much change in the practice of divorce and family law.
Today there’s AI, Contract Analysis, IP Automation, and much more. However, none of these exciting tools really apply to most family law firms. There are of course many practice management tools for family law, but not much else.
Evichat has many use cases — but the one we are most excited about is the efficiency we can bring to you for Family Law matters. …
So the world is getting smaller, deals are happening faster and across borders, and it’s still being done with Fax and email… right?
Big companies only use emails to communicate — right?
Business is faster than ever and so are the communications tools being used to conduct it. The distinction between personal phones and work issued phones is also disappearing — people like to use one phone for everything. This can cause nightmares for regulators looking to keep an eye on trades and transactions or companies looking to reduce knowledge loss due to employee turnover.
WeChat, Slack, and FB Workplace are a few tools being used worldwide that didn’t exist a few years ago. Our conversations with legal teams have been mostly the same, “What is a slack?” …
Evichat has experienced exponential growth with new clients and new features since March. We’ve barely had time to stop to breathe, but here’s what we’ve been up to over the last couple of months!
At the ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago (Mar 7–10) this year, we announced our brand new integration with Clio! Clio users can now export their chat evidence directly from Evichat into their Clio matter so all their case documents can rest in one place. It doesn’t end there however, a deeper integration is in the works! Stay tuned for more info!
Along with 14 other great legal tech startups, Evichat participated in the ABA TECHSHOW startup alley pitch. We’re happy to see the legal tech movement alive and well in the United States. We met some great legal tech founders like Andrew Arruda from Ross Intelligence, Tucker Cottingham from Lawyaw as well as our advisor Dan Katz. We will definitely be back at Techshow 2019. …