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CosmoLex Brings First Cloud-Based Legal Billing System With Fully Integrated Trust Accounting to Legal Professionals

Legal Billing and Trust Accounting System Designed to Simplify Daily Administrative Tasks for Solo and Small Law Firms to Officially Launch at ABA TECHSHOW 2014

NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- CosmoLex, a cloud-based legal billing and trust accounting software, today announced it will officially launch the company's flagship product at ABA TECHSHOW 2014, which will be held March 27-29 at the Chicago Hilton. The product is designed to simplify daily administrative office tasks, allowing lawyers to more fully focus on the practice of law. CosmoLex is the first cloud-based legal billing system which integrates 100 percent of trust accounting features -- including check printing and bank reconciliation -- on the market today.

Many solo and small law firms lack IT departments and have, for a long time, needed access to a product which not only integrates time tracking, billing and trust accounting, but is also flexible, affordable and easy-to-use. The founders of CosmoLex recognized this need and responded by developing a cloud-based tool which includes the following features:

  • Matter Management
  • Time and Expense Management
  • Retainer Management
  • Professional Billing
  • Trust Accounting
  • Check Printing
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Enterprise-Grade Security

"We are excited to be able to bring CosmoLex to market," states Dr. Rick Kabra, CEO and founder of CosmoLex. "We understand how most law firms struggle with the daily administrative tasks of running their law firm. With CosmoLex, users have time tracking, billing and trust accounting all in one package, eliminating time and cost inefficiencies, as well as errors, that can occur from using multiple products. And, CosmoLex is accessible from any computer or mobile device as long as an Internet connection is available."

CosmoLex was developed by veterans in the legal technology space who truly understand what lawyers need to make their practice more productive. Kabra has been involved with development of many other desktop practice management software aimed at helping solo, small and mid-sized law firms be more productive.
The company will be showcasing CosmoLex at booth #89 at ABA TECHSHOW. To schedule a demo, contact [email protected]. To help celebrate the launch, the company is offering a 20 percent lifetime discount to anyone who becomes a user before April 30, 2014. Visit www.cosmolex.com to learn more.

About CosmoLex
CosmoLex (www.cosmolex.com) is a leader in cloud-based software for lawyers. The company was founded by Dr. Rick Kabra, who has worked for many years in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. CosmoLex integrates time tracking, billing and trust accounting functions allowing lawyers to focus on the practice of law.

For more information:
Vedran Solaja
Marketing Coordinator
CosmoLex, LLC
866-878-6798 ext. 510
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