Announcing New Member Benefit Partnership: Smokeball and the Utah State Bar
March 27, 2023
Members of the Utah State Bar now receive a 10% discount on Smokeball’s legal practice management software. Click here to redeem your discount.
Smokeball is thrilled to announce a new member benefit partnership with the Utah State Bar. With this new partnership, Utah State Bar members gain unprecedented access to Smokeball’s legal practice management software, built to help firms support their clients while growing more productive and profitable.
When Utah State Bar members become Smokeball clients, they also launch a relationship with our dedicated team of experts. At every step, Smokeball supports our clients with hands-on training, expertise, and troubleshooting.
We are very excited to work with the Utah State Bar to support their members in running their best law firms. Practice management software is an essential part of operating a successful law firm and Smokeball is proud to support Utah lawyers in the endeavor.
As the industry’s leading cloud-based legal practice management software, Smokeball empowers you to run your firm specific to your area of law. Our platform gives you all the insights and tools you need to work smarter, not harder: automatic time tracking and invoicing, streamlined workflows for your specific practice area, a library of over 20,000 standard legal forms and documents, and actionable reports that summarize your firm’s activities and highlight areas of opportunity.
About Utah State Bar:
The Utah State Bar is an organization of Utah’s 12,000 lawyers and judges. The history of the Utah State Bar began in the early 1900’s with the association of several Utah lawyers hoping to improve communication within the legal community and to find ways of serving the general public. In 1931 the Utah Legislature recognized the need to foster those goals and designated the Utah State Bar by statute to manage and regulate the legal profession by licensing all persons who engage in the practice of law. In 1985, the Utah State Constitution was amended to clarify that regulation of the legal profession should be performed under the Judicial Branch of government through the Utah Supreme Court, and the Bar was “perpetuated, created and continued” to perform regulatory and public interest services under the direction and control of the Supreme Court.
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