July 26, 2012

LawLoop – How Lawyers Do Business Online

LawLoop is a cloud-computing tool that lawyers can use to streamline their workflows and communicate more securely online. Without any exhaustive set-up instructions or hardware installations, small and mid-size law firms can use LawLoop to handle front-end and back-end office management.

Say goodbye to the handful of software programs and tools your employees use to manage clients and facilitate transactions on a daily basis. LawLoop has integrated all those components into one single platform, and eliminated the licensing fees that law firms are used to paying. Request an invitation to use the LawLoop site and then create individual networking profiles for each attorney at your firm. Within minutes, you’ll be able to use LawLoop for litigation management, accounting, barcoding, billing, and document review. The application’s document management system integrates with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and syncs files directly to your desktop. Meanwhile, the one-click communication toolbar pulls contact information directly from a user’s LawLoop profile and initiates emails, voice calls, and video calls at the touch of a button.

Because LawLoop is run in the cloud, you don’t have to worry about servers, backups, or hardware upgrade costs. The LawLoop system is available on any computer at any time, and it’s backed up automatically every few minutes. Attorneys who are frustrated dealing with the technology they currently use at their firms will want to take LawLoop for a spin.

Practical Uses:

  • Share documents securely with associates at your firm
  • Keep track of billing and invoicing issues
  • Stay in contact with past clients and fellow attorneys
  • Work on important documents while you’re at home or on the road

Insider Tips:

  • Attorneys who work at the same firm are placed in the same “loops”
  • LawLoop integrates with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Automatic data backups occur once every few minutes
  • LawLoop pulls contact information directly from a person’s LawLoop profile

What we liked:

  • Firms that use LawLoop don’t have to pay licensing fees
  • LawLoop automatically tracks time and billing for attorneys
  • Small firms can use LawLoop without investing in expensive hardware
  • Front office and back office work can all be managed in one application

What we didn’t like:

  • LawLoop doesn’t work as well for large firms as it does small to mid-size practices


Company Info:

  • Launched: January 2012
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: New York, New York
  • Founded by: Tom Zuber, Jeff Zuber, and Josh Lawler
  • Web site:


  • $39 per user, per month

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