Thomson Reuters is shutting down its Firm Central law practice management software and will discontinue support for the product after Sept. 30, 2024.
Thomson Reuters launched Firm Central in 2013 at a media event in its then-headquarters in Eagan, Minn., as its answer to a then-growing crop of cloud-based practice management software such as Clio, which launched in 2008, MyCase, which launched in 2010, and LexisNexis Firm Manager, which LexisNexis launched in 2011 and then shut down in 2017.
At the time of the launch, TR differentiated Firm Central from other products on the market by building in direct integrations with Westlaw and with Microsoft Outlook.
By all accounts, however, Firm Central never gained the market traction of many of its competitors, and TR used it primarily as an add-on benefit to help sell Westlaw to smaller law firms.
In a notice posted this week, TR attributed the shutdown to a crowded and fragmented

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