[teknoids] Amicus Attorney licensing
Hirsh, Kenneth (hirshkh)
hirshkh at ucmail.uc.edu
Wed Jan 4 19:13:39 EST 2017
Chad and any other interested folks,
We've been using ClioCloud in my technology class, and I know that Doug Edmunds has written about using it at UNC. It's free for law schools, and I recommend taking a look.
Kenneth J. Hirsh
ken.hirsh at uc.edu<mailto:ken.hirsh at uc.edu>
From: Teknoids [mailto:teknoids-bounces at lists.teknoids.net] On Behalf Of Covey, Chad
Sent: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 5:27 PM
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Subject: [teknoids] Amicus Attorney licensing
Gavel and Gown, and their case management product Amicus Attorney, were bought out last year. It appears they are shifting from an annual maintenance agreement to a per user/per month licensing model. With ~ 60 students, faculty, and staff using Amicus, the annual cost to us would be significantly higher under this new model. I'm wondering if those still using Amicus could share their anticipated costs? If you want to email me directly, that would be great. I'll be happy to share what I am able to gather.
More generally, has anyone recently selected an alternate to Amicus, or migrated?
Law IT Manager
University of New Mexico School of Law
1117 Stanford NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
covey at law.unm.edu<mailto:covey at law.unm.edu>
(505) 277 9045
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