If your firm works with multiple areas of law, it can be difficult to organize your client’s information for each type of case. That’s why using customizable Area of Practice pages can work for you!   Read More...


When I start the document assembly process for a Workers’ Compensation client, file explorer opens the Personal Injury Area of Practice template folder. Can I change this so that it automatically opens to the Workers’ Compensation folder instead?   Read More...


In a law firm, there can be an overwhelming amount of information to manage – matter information, contact information, upcoming meetings, research, emails, and documents galore. But there is hope! PracticeMaster can help make you more organized than you’ve ever been before. PracticeMaster provides the tools you need to manage it all.   Read More...


Did you know that you can add tabs to the Client, Contact, and Journal files that are specific to an Area of Practice, Contact Category, or Journal Type?   Read More...


Did you know that you can access your client’s billing summary, documents, journal records, and Area of Practice (AOP) files via Tabs3 Connect?   Read More...


Did you know that you can add tabs to the Client file, Contact file, and Journal file that are specific to an Area of Practice, Contact Category, or Journal Type? These tabs are called Category Pages. Category Pages are a special type of page that is only shown in the Editor window when the selected client or record is associated with that category. You can use the Form Designer to design how the pages will look.   Read More...