Dallas County HR Joins Other Departments in Implementing New Computer System to Improve Efficiency

“Legal Files is tried and tested at Dallas County.”

The Dallas County Human Resources/Civil Service Office has implemented the Legal Files matter and legal practice management system, the software’s developer, Legal Files Software, Inc. announced today.

Demonstrating the software’s flexibility and versatility, Human Resources joins the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office and the Civil Division of the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office as Legal Files customers.

“Legal Files is tried and tested at Dallas County,” Employee Relations Analyst Tikia Clement explained. “It’s highly customizable, so it meets our business needs perfectly.” Without a dedicated legal management system in place, she said, “Legal Files was the most efficient and logical way to go.”

Part of the office’s responsibilities include managing grievances, complaints and leave, as well as matters concerning the Family and Medical Leave and the Americans with Disabilities acts. Legal Files, she said, will be primarily used to automated legal documents, emails and other correspondence and all other relevant pieces of information more efficiently regarding these matters, as well as for office-wide reporting.