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Every time I go to TechShow, I see a booth for Needles case management software, which seems to be targeted at personal injury lawyers. I've gotten a peek at the software at the booth, and based on that, it looks just terrible. It looks like it may have been the first case management software ever written, and like it's never been updated. Next to modern practice management software like Clio and Rocket Matter and MyCase, it looks just pitiful.
But, of course, looks aren't everything. There must be a good reason why Needles can afford a booth at TechShow.
If you are using it or you have tried it, why? What's so great about it? Have you tried other case/practice management software? How does Needles compare?