Practice management employment law software

LEAP delivers market leading practice management software to employment lawyers, providing everything they need to conduct a matter.

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Employment law case management

Offering powerful productivity tools, a mobile app, a library of up-to-date and automated legal content, integrated accounting, time recording features and much more, LEAP’s cloud-based software streamlines the progression of your employment matters.


Pre-configured matter types

Developed by employment law specialists, employment matter types provide all fields necessary to capture pertinent information. This information is used to generate documents and optimise other key features of LEAP using the pre-filled client and matter information.


Automated legal forms and precedents

LEAP provides a comprehensive library of over 6,000 legal forms and precedents that are fully automated and kept up-to-date, covering all aspects of employment law including:

  • Client Care and Terms of Business

  • Employment Tribunal Claim (ET1)

  • Notice of Appeal From Decision of Employment Tribunal (T444)

  • Response Form (ET3)

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Trial bundle

LEAP's integration with market-leading bundling apps automate the production of compliant court bundles from your LEAP documents.

Prepare a bundle for court, a paginated indexed bundle, a brief to counsel or a trial bundle in minutes.

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Make more money practising employment law

LEAP occupies a unique position in the legal software market as it includes traditional practice management and legal accounting attributes, document assembly and management, as well as many of the traditional legal publishing assets, all in one solution.

  • Case management

  • Mobile capabilities

  • Time recording

  • Integrated accounting reporting

  • Automated content

  • Secure document sharing

  • Self-serve client portal

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