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CARET Legal Honored with Three Prestigious Awards from the New Jersey Law Journal


CARET Legal, a leading legal practice management platform for attorneys and legal professionals, is proud to announce its recent achievement of receiving three distinguished 'Best of' awards from the New Jersey Law Journal. These awards recognize CARET Legal's excellence in case management software, document management software, and calendaring software, solidifying its position as a frontrunner in legal tech innovation.

CARET Legal's mission has always been to create the ultimate platform for law firms of all sizes. Whether managing a team of 10 or 100, CARET Legal is committed to streamlining operations, alleviating busy work, and maximizing billable hours for legal professionals. This recognition from the New Jersey Law Journal is a testament to CARET Legal's dedication to enhancing the efficiency and productivity of legal teams across the spectrum.

Jennifer Sherman, Chief Product and Experience Officer at CARET Legal, expressed her enthusiasm for the accolades: "We are thrilled and honored to be acknowledged by the New Jersey Law Journal in these critical areas. These awards are a reflection of our unwavering commitment to providing intuitive, comprehensive solutions that address the unique challenges faced by legal professionals today. At CARET Legal, we believe in empowering attorneys and their teams with the tools they need to succeed, and we will continue to innovate and evolve our platform to meet the dynamic needs of the legal industry."

The awards for best case management software, document management software, and calendaring software are not just accolades but symbols of the trust and confidence the legal community places in CARET Legal. These awards inspire the CARET Legal team to continue pushing the boundaries of what's possible in legal practice management technology.

To access the full edition of the 2023 New Jersey Law Journal "Best Of" survey, click here.

About CARET:

CARET Legal, formerly Zola Suite, brings the latest in technology and automation, empowering highly skilled professionals to refocus their expertise on what truly matters.

CARET, previously recognized as AbacusNext, is the visionary force behind CARET Legal, a leading entity catering to a network of over 10,000 legal and accounting firms. Leveraging the prowess of advanced and secure practice management systems, cutting-edge HotDocs document automation, and seamless payment processing platforms, CARET propels firms, professionals, and their clientele towards new horizons of success. To learn more, visit GetCARET.com.


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