LeanLaw Core or LeanLaw Pro: What is the best software for my law firm?

Buyer’s Guide for Law Firm Financial Software

If you use QuickBooks Online or QuickBooks Online Advanced, you have probably heard that LeanLaw is a leading timekeeping / billing / reporting tool with deep integration into QuickBooks. True.

To decide which version of LeanLaw is best suited for your law firm, we’ve written this guide to walk you through the process.


What is the difference between LeanLaw Core and LeanLaw Pro?

Both LeanLaw Core and LeanLaw Pro have LeanLaw’s deep QuickBooks Online integration.

LeanLaw Core is for solo and small law firms that need the basics for their invoicing needs. Time and expense tracking, trust accounting, and basic reports.

LeanLaw Pro is positioned for those firms that require sophisticated reporting, need more control over their users, more sophisticated accounting, and bulk actions for invoicing.

Here’s a feature comparison.


Features in LeanLaw Pro NOT in LeanLaw Core:

LeanLaw Pro

  • LEDES Billing
  • Unlimited bulk processing of invoices
  • Custom fields for invoice labels
  • QuickBooks classing integration
  • Matter based accounting
  • Support for multiple trust accounts
  • Bulk processing of payments from trust
  • Advanced reporting specific to revenue recognition & matter origination
  • Priority technical support and advanced onboarding

Price difference between LeanLaw Core and LeanLaw Pro?

LeanLaw Core is priced at $30 per user per month when paid annually ($360) or if you prefer a month to month plan, the price is $35 per user per month. LeanLaw Pro is priced at $45 per user per month when paid annually ($540) and $50 per month when selecting a month-to-month plan.


Can I start on LeanLaw Core and upgrade to LeanLaw Pro?

Yes, at any time you can upgrade or downgrade at any time. To manage your subscription, head to the Settings tab and use the Subscription tab to make your changes. When a change is made, the platform will automatically handle the pro-rating of the charges.


If you still have questions about LeanLaw, we encourage you to contact us. We’re happy to help.
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