LawBase proven to be a powerful tool for legal professionals since its inception in 1981
LawBase®, the leading case and matter management system designed to increase productivity, is entering its 33rd year of providing adaptable, intuitive legal software to the legal community.
LawBase was the brainchild of President Phil Homburger, who coded the original version of LawBase that entered the legal market in 1981, and Texas attorney Jack Friedman. The original version of LawBase, which has seen numerous updates throughout the years in order to keep pace with emerging technologies, employed a CP/M® operating system, which eventually gave way to a UNIX® operating system before the company adopted MS-DOS® in 1988. LawBase now runs in all modern environments including Microsoft Windows® as well as via browsers and mobile devices.
“We’ve experienced quite a bit of technological advancement over the years,” says President Phil Homburger. “This has allowed us to remain flexible and adaptable while providing the proven stability that users expect from LawBase software. We want to make sure that at the end of the day, our users have the most powerful case and matter management solution at their fingertips.”
Originally based in Texas, the company moved to its current home in Denver, Colo., in 1990. LawBase reports the first client used the program until retiring from practicing law and the average user of the product has a tenure of more than 11 years.
Development of LawBase has always followed industry standards, keeping clients up to date on the latest advancements in technology. The corporate motto, “Legal software that thinks the way you do,” has endured as a testament to the founding principles of the company, which includes providing intuitive, adaptable software to legal professionals allowing them to increase their productivity and efficiency while reducing errors and time-consuming searches.
“One of the reasons that we’ve been so successful for so long is the fact that we care so much about doing one thing – case and matter management software – and doing it well,” says Homburger.
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