Litify, the end-to-end legal operations platform for law firms and legal departments, today announced its partnership withThe Noble Law, a women-owned plaintiffs’ employment law firm founded on the principles of diversity, empathy, equity, integrity, inclusion, and innovation. As the industry’s most comprehensive legal operations solution, Litify will provide The Noble Law with a complete and transparent view of its customers, cases, and staff across every touchpoint — ultimately giving employees time back in their day to focus on delivering excellent client service. With a rich history of protecting workers’ rights, the selection of Litify solidifies The Noble Law’s commitment to producing superior legal outcomes for its clients.
“Working with multiple providers and products proved difficult when measuring workflow efficiency and internal productivity. Clients who reach out to us are often calling during one of the worst crises of their lives. Having data at our fingertips allows us to move quickly and thoroughly respond to our clients’ needs and help them navigate what is typically a very stressful process,” said Laura Noble, founder and managing partner of The Noble Law. “Litify’s cloud-based technology will empower our staff to collaborate with clients more efficiently while enabling data-driven decisions to support successful outcomes.”
By centralizing workflows and case information onto Litify, The Noble Law will benefit from enhanced collaboration and better business performance. The Noble Law also chose Litify for its matter management features, which include automation and practice-specific task management and document creation capabilities. The Noble Law is confident the change will also improve the client’s journey from intake to resolution of their matter.
“When The Noble Law outlined the firm’s need to quickly create and edit templates, as well as the ability to incorporate client information directly from the system into their documents, we knew Docrio, Litify’s integrated document management and creation product, would be the right solution,” said Litify CSO Steven Mandel.
Powered by Salesforce, Litify puts an end to document overload with advanced OCR search, drag-and-drop functionality, intuitive file structures, and other features that make document management painless. Unlike other document management solutions, Docrio is seamlessly integrated into each matter within Litify, which saves the team from having to do double data entry or losing information in translation from matter management to document creation.
“We are thrilled to partner with such a progressive law firm that will benefit from our automation capabilities, helping the team save time, increase productivity and drive results in this very critical sector of the law,” Mandel said. “Above all else, we are honored to be working with this innovative women-led firm to make strides toward a more inclusive and representative legal industry culture.”
Founded in 2016, Litify’s end-to-end legal operations platform transforms how legal services are delivered through flexible, intuitive technology. Built on Salesforce, Litify streamlines and automates matter and task management, document generation, timekeeping, billing, and client communications while providing data-driven insights that help law firms, in-house legal departments, and government agencies scale and improve their financial performance. As a proud member of Pledge 1%, Litify donates 1% of its time, money, and resources to charitable causes every year through its charitable armLitify.org. This year, Litify was named a “soonicorn” by Tracxn Emerging Startups. To learn more about Litify, or see our open roles, visitwww.litify.com.
About The Noble Law
The Noble Law, a women-owned legal practice, is a recognized leader in employment law with offices in New York, Raleigh, Charlotte, and Charleston. The firm’s goal is to level the playing field for employees and work to deliver outcomes with integrity and empathy for the client’s journey. Noble’s success is measured by delivering positive impacts for its clients and serving as a catalyst for changes in employment law and society. For more information, go tothenoblelaw.com.