Lawbrokr offers a range of lead qualification features and capabilities specifically for law firms. Here are some of the key advantages that Lawbrokr has over Typeform when it comes to legal workflows.
April 25, 2023
One of the most significant benefits of Lawbrokr is its legal-specific focus. While Typeform offers general-purpose forms, Lawbrokr, which is built by ex-Clio employees, is designed to meet the unique needs of legal professionals. Lawbrokr provides a level of purpose-built functionality that Typeform simply can't match.
Lawbrokr offers native integrations with legal practice management (LPM) apps such as Clio Grow, Clio Manage and Lawmatics as well as widely used CRMs like HubSpot. With TypeForm, LPM integrations have to be set up through Zapier.
Lawbrokr provides valuable data that is specifically relevant to law firms including which legal marketplaces are driving the most leads, which practice areas are most in demand, as well as insights into which qualifying questions are performing well, and which aren’t. Typeform’s general-purpose approach results in generalized data that is less useful to law firms.
Lawbrokr is an all-in-one platform that provides a range of features that includes landing page creation, pre-screening workflow customization and advanced data insights. By contrast, Typeform only offers online forms, without key features required by law firms.
Lawbrokr acts as a front-end consumer-facing experience to the back-end tools law firms already know and love. As an add-on complement to tools like Clio, Lawmatics, and MyCase, Lawbrokr provides more legal-specific functionality that can be natively integrated with the tools they already use.