Many lawyers (and their accountants) will say they feel content using general accounting software like QuickBooks® for their legal accounting; unfortunately, they probably don’t realize just how risky that decision can be for their firm. QuickBooks is made for businesses of all types, so when it comes to the legal industry’s unique and stringent compliance requirements, it leaves a lot of room for error. Legal-specific accounting tools are created to handle and manage all of your complex compliance needs, so you’re always protected from costly violations. Register for the upcoming webinar, “5 Reasons Why QuickBooks® Could Be Hurting Your Firm,” to learn more about the risks you face relying on general accounting software for your law firm, and what you can do to avoid them.
1. What makes legal accounting unique?
2. Learn the 5 ways general accounting programs could be hurting your firm
3. Learn tips that your law firm can use to avoid the risks of generic accounting
Erica Birstler, Vice President, CosmoLex
Erica’s degree is in Business Administration and she has nearly a decade of experience in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. Erica is passionate about helping legal professionals improve the way their law firms run and she has given numerous presentations across North America on legal technologies such as law practice technology management, cloud computing, and legal billing & trust accounting compliance to help spread her knowledge.
*Please note that this was a non-CLE webinar.