Next generation chambers technology
We support the legal market to drive efficiencies and streamline business processes using the latest in legal technology.
After working with barristers’ chambers for over 20 years, we understand that the traditional working model is changing. With increasing client expectations and staff needing to work away from chambers, it is crucial for chambers to ensure that they are equipped with the latest technology to ensure they keep pace with change.
MLC manages all aspects of chambers, from billing, diaries and CRM. We’ve also built in Cloud collaboration capabilities, bespoke marketing options and a mobile companion to help barristers and clerks save time on admin processes and grow the success of chambers through software which is integrated, flexible and available anytime, anywhere.
Grow your business
In order to increase revenue and remain one of the top chambers in the UK, it is crucial to continue to grow your business in new and innovative ways.
Increase your revenue
Reduce your overhead administration costs and optimise billing time in order to increase your chambers’ revenue.
Our complete solution for chambers of the future
Future-proof your business with flexible tools for remote working. Our solution allows you to modernise your chambers by keeping up with the pace of technology and enabling easier business interactions through the use of digital tools.
Stand out from the crowd
The traditional model of chambers is changing. Stand out from the crowd by adopting technology which will position you as a leading set. Having visibility of your chambers performance means you can easily slice and dice data held within your systems to make informed business decisions. Use customer tracking and bespoke reporting to ensure your chambers is getting a full return on investment.
Enable streamlined digital working with your case team and reduce the reliance on email with effective document management and storage in the Cloud. Share large cases at the click of a button with effective versioning and tracking of activities to allow for collaborative working.
Chris Ronan, CEO, St John’s Buildings:
“The decision to introduce electronic document management comes as we seek to modernise the way we work in line with the digital revolution taking place across the legal sector and to dramatically reduce our own environmental footprint. The introduction of ‘less-paper’ working gives our barristers, who are traditionally mobile workers, the ability to service clients in a secure and flexible environment, while enhancing the speed and reliability of that service.”
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