One Legal and the IndyBar’s Practice Builder have teamed up to offer members discounted eFiling and litigation support services
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — June 1, 2018 — One Legal, the five-star customer-rated electronic court filing solution, is excited to introduce a new discount program in partnership with the Indianapolis Bar Association. Open to all active members of IndyBar’s new Practice Builder website, participants will receive 10% off eFiling and eService and 15% off Concierge services.
Practice Builder is a service provided by the IndyBar that gives subscribers on-demand access to “resources, guidance, and tools” needed for running a successful law firm. At launch, One Legal was Practice Builder’s first sponsor and Ambassador Partner.
“Our goal with this service is to make it easier to run your practice, so we’re proud to be partnered with a like-minded brand in One Legal,” said Christina Kane, law practice management coordinator of the Indianapolis Bar Association. “The member discount reaffirms Practice Builder’s ability to provide access to premium, time-saving technology at an affordable price.”
As Indiana counties continue to mandate eFiling on the new statewide Odyssey system that started to deploy in early 2017, One Legal has sought to align itself with educational resources that help lawyers use technology to run their law practices more efficiently. It has also conducted its own monthly eFiling webinars to teach Indiana legal professionals how to correctly file court documents online.
“Now that eFiling is mandatory in Indianapolis and many courts in Indiana, law firms are looking for eFiling solutions that minimize the problems encountered by the state-run portal, such as complex billing and inaccessible support,” said One Legal Director of Marketing Richard Heinrich. “One Legal is incredibly pleased that its market-leading solution is now available to the Indianapolis Bar Association’s members at a discounted rate.”
Visit one www.onelegal.com/indybar today to start claiming discounts on top One Legal services.
Article cross-posted on the IndyBar’s Practice Builder blog.