A Legal Case Management System built from the ground up with the needs of local government law offices in mind.

CityLaw / CountyLaw is a complete information management solution. It provides for the distinct needs of public agencies, including case management, time management, contract management, claims processing, prosecution case management, document management, payment processing, billing, and much more.

Integrations

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Microsoft Outlook

Synchronize your Microsoft® Outlook/Exchange calendar with CityLaw.

Create calendar events once and edit them in either application.*

Assign staff members to Appointments or Tasks in CityLaw and the item will automatically sync to the staff members' Outlook calendar or Tasks list, respectively.  From Outlook, link new Appointments or Tasks to a Matter using the CityLaw (or CountyLaw) tab.

Synchronization in either direction allows you to edit existing calendar entries as well as new ones.

* For security purposes, deleting Appointments and Tasks in Outlook does not delete them from CityLaw's Master Calendar.

 

CalendarRules

CalendarRules has been building, updating, and delivering court rules to law firms and agencies since 2008 with outstanding attention to detail and customer service.  Their subscribers include large, medium and small law firms, as well as legal departments in corporations and government agencies alike.  Rules are available in all 50 states, covering State, Federal, Local, Appellate, Bankruptcy, and numerous “agency” related rules.  CityLaw/CountyLaw is fully integrated with the CalendarRules system.

For more control over your rule set, CalendarRules builds new rule sets free of charge beyond the annual subscription amount upon request.  Usually within 30 days.

Visit CalendarRules to learn more, or reach out to info@calendarrules.com.

 

 

Word Processing

CityLaw (and CountyLaw) interface with Microsoft® Word for word processing.  Documents can be created and opened directly from a CityLaw Matter.  Documents open in Microsoft® Word, and saved changes are automatically reflected in CityLaw/CountyLaw.

AUTOMATED DOCUMENT ASSEMBLY

Information from a Lawsuit, Claim, Assignment, or any other matter can be imported automatically to generate your standard letters, forms, and pleadings.  This feature integrates with Microsoft® Word, allowing you to write your own Visual Basic macro to import data to a template.

Technical Specifications

Development Language

  1. The desktop version of CityLaw / CountyLaw is written in Object Pascal.
  2. The CityLaw / CountyLaw Web is written in C#, and is a Silverlight application.
  3. CityLaw / CountyLaw 2.0 (Q3 2019) is an HTML5 application.

Workstation Requirements

Operating System

  1. Windows 7 (32 or 64-bit) or higher.

Hardware Minimum Requirements

Virtual machines are supported.

  1. CPU:  1 GHz processor or equivalent
  2. RAM:  1 GB
  3. Storage:  100 MB

Software Minimum Requirements

  1. Microsoft Office 2013 (32 or 64-bit) or higher.
  2. Internet Explorer 9 or higher with Microsoft Silverlight 5.
  3. Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 or higher.

Server Requirements

Operating SysteM

  1. Windows Server 2008 or higher.

Hardware Minimum Requirements

Virtual servers are supported.

  1. CPU: 3 GHz or faster.
  2. Memory: 8 GB (Recommended: 16 GB)
  3. Storage: As required for document storage and retention.

Software Minimum Requirements

  1. IIS: Version 7.0 or higher with ASP.NET enabled.
  2. .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.5.
  3. WCF RIA Services (version for Silverlight and Visual Studio 2010).

Database Requirements

  1. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or higher.
  2. May be a shared server. For smaller installations (5 or fewer users), SQL Server Express is sufficient.
  3. Named Instances, Failover Clusters, and TDE & TLS encryption are supported.