Barristers develop case management system
Litigation solicitors at Finers Stephen Innocent (FSI) and barristers at 5 Raymond Buildings have begun using a Web-based case management system to manage electronic bundles of trial documents, co-ordinate their timetables, keep on top of deadlines and share case-related information securely.
Briefbox, which was developed by a group of barristers and launched on 3 November, holds all case documents and related information on a centralised server, allowing lawyers who use it to create their own structured case repositories and work online with all manner of third-parties, who do not need to buy software licenses to use the system.
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