Division of Public Safety Becomes Eighth UCONN Office to
Implement Legal Files Software

“Legal Files is not just for legal departments.”

Legal Files Software, Inc., developer of the popular Legal Files matter and law document management, today announced that it will license its software to the University of Connecticut’s Division of Public Safety. The division will be the seventh implementation and eighth department within UCONN to use Legal Files to track cases and matters.

“We are incredibly impressed with the flexibility and customization capabilities that Legal Files offers,” said Kim Benoit, Assistant to the Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police. “Since we can personalize the software to our specific department needs, it only makes sense to leverage such a proven application in another key area at the university.”

“Legal Files is not just for legal departments,” according to Legal Files CEO John Kanoski. We are gratified for our success in the university marketplace. Our customers include some of the finest higher education institutions in the U.S. and Canada such as Boston University, Seton Hall, Villanova, SUNY, University of Illinois, University of Massachusetts, University of Colorado, University of Texas and the University of Manitoba.”

The Division plans to use Legal Files to more efficiently manage a variety of matters, including training and personnel. In addition to the licensing of its software, Legal Software, Inc. is providing project management, implementation assistance and training.

Other Legal Files customers at UCONN include the University’s Office of General Counsel, Office of Diversity and Equity, Office of Labor Relations, Human Resources Department, and the Office of Institutional Equity.