Are You a Lawyer? If Yes then This is For You- Now Manage Cases At One Click

RRC Pvt. Ltd introduces MyMunshi, a groundbreaking virtual law clerk aimed at revolutionising the management of legal firms. Designed specifically for lawyers practising in India’s Supreme Court, High Courts, District Courts, and Tribunals, MyMunshi offers an array of features that streamline legal practice and enhance efficiency.

One of the key functionalities of MyMunshi is its Matter Management module, which allows lawyers to effortlessly manage all case matters. This includes easy access to client information, invoices, orders, cause lists, and more, ensuring a highly organized case management system.

In addition, MyMunshi provides real-time updates on court hearings and listed causelists, ensuring lawyers stay up-to-date with all developments. Lawyers can also receive instant document alerts through WhatsApp and the MyMunshi mobile app, granting access to millions of orders and judgments.

The platform also offers a Display Board feature, enabling lawyers to track court proceedings in real-time and obtain current court serial numbers of listed cases, providing an efficient overview of court activities.

Furthermore, MyMunshi simplifies legal billing by managing invoicing for different billing methods, such as flat fees, hourly fees, and contingency billing. This ensures a seamless and efficient billing process for legal professionals.

An exclusive feature of MyMunshi is the WhatsApp Notifications, which allows lawyers to receive daily personalised cause lists directly on WhatsApp. This feature ensures that lawyers are always aware of the tasks and events for the day.

MyMunshi by RRC Pvt. Ltd presents a comprehensive and user-friendly platform that acts as a virtual law clerk for legal professionals. Its innovative features and efficient case management tools empower legal practitioners to focus on their practice while staying informed and organized.

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