LawPay is honored to extend ABA Advantage program through 2023
Austin, TX, April 9, 2018–LawPay and the American Bar Association (ABA) are excited to announce a five year extension of LawPay’s inclusion in the ABA Advantage program. This extension is based on the past success of the program, feedback from bar members, and proven value added to members of the ABA.
For more than a decade, LawPay has been helping firms get paid faster by offering attorneys a simple, secure way to accept online credit card payments. By working closely with the ABA to ensure trust accounting compliance, LawPay developed their payment solution to correctly separate earned and unearned fees and protect IOLTA accounts against any third-party debiting.
“LawPay is extremely honored to be included in the ABA Advantage program. As the industry’s leading payment processor, it’s our mission to develop and deliver the best online payment technology for law firms. Working closely with the ABA ensures we are up to date with IOLTA regulations and compliance guidelines that impact our clients. The knowledge and experience gained from this program allow attorneys to accept payments with confidence, building a more successful law practice,” said Amy Porter, CEO and founder of LawPay.
ABA members who take advantage of this program benefit from reduced processing costs, advanced technology, and ease of payment. Members who open a new account by April 30, 2018 will also have their LawPay monthly program fee waived for three months.
About the American Bar Association
Founded in 1878, the American Bar Association is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities. The ABA is committed to improving and supporting the legal profession with practical resources for legal professionals while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, eliminating bias and enhancing diversity, establishing model ethical codes, and advancing the rule of law throughout the United States and around the world. To learn more about the American Bar Association, please visit www.americanbar.org.
LawPay was developed specifically to provide a sophisticated payment solution for legal professionals. The LawPay platform contractually protects client funds by restricting the ability of any third party from debiting monies from an IOLTA account. LawPay is an approved member benefit of 47 state bars, trusted by more than 50,000 lawyers, and is the only payment solution offered through the ABA Advantage program. To learn more, visit lawpay.com.