“Getting to bring everything into one central system with Legal Files has made it so much easier for us to communicate and stay up to date with our files, and it has proven to be very user-friendly.”
Seeking to create a more efficient and organized governmental legal department, Wisconsin’s St. Croix County has successfully implemented Legal Files, the popular legal document and case management system developed by Legal Files Software, Inc.
The County’s legal department conducted an extensive search for a legal management system, asking fellow Wisconsin county governments about what they use, before selecting Legal Files Software. Corporation Counsel Heather Amos said, “We had previously been using multiple applications and methods of organization, so getting to bring everything into one central system with Legal Files has made it so much easier for us to communicate and stay up to date with our files, and it has proven to be very user-friendly.”
Legal Files has helped the County’s attorneys, paralegals and staff centralize access to their multitude of file types (emergency detention, termination of parental rights, guardianship, claims, and others) and manage the internal tracking of legal assignments through the utilization of custom windows and workflows. Going forward, they will also set up and use Legal Files’ robust document generation features to further leverage the system’s capabilities.