Access the Client Portal

If your lawyer has enabled the client portal, they can grant you access to share these secure communications regarding your matter:

  • Invoices
  • Calendar Events
  • Tasks
  • Documents
  • Notes
  • Messages

Access the Client Portal

To access the client portal:

  1. Open the automated email invitation from your lawyer. The subject line is You have an update from [Law Firm Name].
  2. In the body of email, click Click here.
    A welcome screen opens, prompting you to create your account.

  3. Enter a username, password, and confirm your password.
  4. Click Activate your Account.

    The system activates your account, allowing access to the Client Portal.

  5. Log into the client portal.

If your firm invites you to the Client Portal for multiple matters, a drop-down displays from which you can choose the appropriate matter.

Forgot Username or Password

If you happen to forget your password to log into the client portal, follow steps below:

  1. Log into the client portal.
  2. Beneath the Log In icon, click Click here.
  3. From the screen prompting you to Please select an option: click I forgot my username, or I forgot my password as applicable.
  4. On the Recover Username or Reset Password screen as applicable, take the appropriate action:
    • To recover your username, enter the email address associated with your account.
    • To recover your password, enter your username.
  5. Click Submit.
    The system either emails you your username or instructions to reset your password.

If you do not remember your username, contact law firm. They can view your username but not your password.

Lock the Side Panel Tabs

If you would prefer the side panel’s tabs to not expand, in the upper left corner click the three-lined (expand/contract) icon.

Log Out

In the upper right corner of the screen:

Log into the client portal

  1. Click the right arrow beside your name.
    The Log Out message box reads: Are you sure you want to leave?
  2. Click Yes.
    The system logs you out.
Updated on April 18, 2022

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