Legal Software for Case, Calendar & Docket Management

Case, Calendar & Docket Management

A complete web-based solution that combines full-featured case, calendar and docket management with the enhanced content of court calls, court dockets and court rules.

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Legal Software Product Benefits

Case Management

JuraLaw® is case management software that manages the entire lifecycle of the litigation process.

Calendar Event Management

JuraLaw® is calendar software that tracks critical court dates and case events.

Docket Management

JuraLaw® is a docket management system that can provide complete histories of cases.

Court Calls

JuraLaw® delivers the most comprehensive and accurate Illinois court calls available.

Court Rules

JuraLaw® offers up to date federal, state and local rules from across the nation.

Reporting & Searching

JuraLaw® increases efficiency by displaying a dashboard of most frequently run searches and customized reports.


About JuraLaw®

JuraLaw®, a Law Bulletin product, allows law firms to efficiently and cost-effectively manage cases and the calendars and dockets associated with them in a single legal software product. The web-based SaaS product offers a law practice management solution that not only manages cases, but also integrates critical law firm data with calendar events, court dockets, court calls and court rules. This legal case management software protects against “dismissed for want of prosecution” and legal malpractice claims by keeping a firm’s lawyers on track for important deadlines and on time for court appearances. JuraLaw® offers the most experienced and extensive support and the most comprehensive and secure technology available. Since 1984, 96 of the top 100 Chicago law firms have come to depend upon Law Bulletin for their docketing needs.