Automate the business of legal professionals to increase billable hours and reduce company overhead

With LawPay and uLawPractice, Canadian legal professionals are well-equipped to save time, be more productive, and get paid faster, all within their accounting-focused case management solution.

uLawPractice’s payment integration provides users with a leading online payment solution directly within the application.

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The best in practice management and legal payments, ANYWhere, ANYTime, ANYDevice

uLawPractice is a legal accounting and practice management solution for Canada’s legal professionals, helping them streamline their practice and deliver exceptional client experiences. And with integrated payments powered by LawPay, legal professionals will be able to seamlessly accept client payments from ANYWhere.

uLawPractice's accounting and practice management dashboard


Automated compliance

uLawPractice was built with the regulatory framework established by Law Societies and the Canada Revenue Agency, ensuring all users are in compliance with regulators.

All-in-one management

uLawPractice combines legal accounting with practice management in a seamless, integrated, and cloud-based environment.

100 percent Canadian

uLawPractice was tailor-built with Canadians in mind, offering automated court forms and regulatory adherence to all provinces and territories.

Integrated online payments

Accept client payments online via credit card, debit card, and eCheck in your office, or on the go.

How LawPay works for your firm

Get the most out out of LawPay and uLawPractice

  • Straightforward, competitive pricing
  • No set-up or cancellation fees
  • No equipment or swipe needed
  • Advanced fraud protection and data encryption
  • Expert in-house support
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uLaw is committed to bringing the best to our customers. The LawPay and uLaw integration brings an industry leader in payments to our customers and we are very proud of this partnership.

Terry Curtis
uLaw CEO