Legal timekeeping software is often limited to PC and Mac, but with Bilr we also offer a mobile app for Android and iOS, making it possible to record time with voice, increasing lawyers' efficiency.
Record time you spend on clients' cases and get paid what you're owed. Simply speak into your device and Bilr will transcribe your voice into text, ready to be submitted as a line item to go in a legal invoice.
Submit invoices on the go, in multiple formats. Create LEDES invoices or submit digitally through both LawPay and QuickBooks. Let the Bilr AI/ML clean your invoice pre-submission, ensuring billing compliance.
Access case records and files whenever you need to, always keeping you prepared to serve your clients diligently by being well-equipped with the latest information, case strategy and legal documents.
Click the "record" button and start speaking. As you speak, Bilr will automatically detect your words, converting them into text. Once you're done speaking, click the "stop" button, ending your recording, enabling it to be saved.Request Demo
After finishing your recording, review the text which Bilr has generated. If you want to, you can directly edit this text, or alternatively, you can delete and record again. You can also create dictations to be reviewed by assistants.
Once you're happy with the text, click the "save" button, creating a line item activity description which you can complement with units, supporting documents and LEDES as well as UTBMS task/phase e-billing codes.Try For Free
All voice activity is stored for the entirety of your Bilr subscription and for up to six (6) months after your subscription ends. If you want to delete voice activity earlier, then contact us at [email protected]
Bilr converts your voice into text automatically by Microsoft's Azure for natural language processing.
We can not access your voice activity. Your voice activity is private and exclusive to your account or organization and can not be accessed by the Bilr team or anyone else.
Bilr only records voice when a user has clicked the "record" button. When a user clicks the button to stop recording, no further voice activity is captured.