Members of the State Bar of Texas 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 State Bar of Texas. With this new partnership, State Bar of Texas 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 State Bar of Texas 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.
“The Texas Bar is an invaluable resource for attorneys (myself included), and with the added benefits of Smokeball, lawyers in the Lone Star State are about to revolutionize their law practices,” says Jordan Turk, Austin family law attorney and Legal Technology Advisor at Smokeball.
We are very excited to work with the State Bar of Texas 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 Texas 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 the State Bar of Texas:
The mission of the State Bar of Texas is to support the administration of the legal system, assure all citizens equal access to justice, foster high standards of ethical conduct for lawyers, enable its members to better serve their clients and the public, educate the public about the rule of law, and promote diversity in the administration of justice and the practice of law.