History

In September 2000, after working 9 successful years as a full-time Office Manager/Bookkeeper for prominent lawyers in Toronto, including the legal firm of Clayton Ruby and Marlys Edwardh Barristers, Accounting for Law was launched by Jacques Tjonasan.  Jacques received the blessing of his former employer, leads from chartered accountants, several references, and ultimately the benefit of word-of-mouth allowing Accounting for Law to originate with a handful of clients.

Technology is advancing aggressively, therefore most legal bookkeeping software are switching over to cloud or subscription-based software. Which means there are new functions that require a specific skill set. Many of the older versions of bookkeeping softwares are outdated. Law firms are currently starting to feel the significant changes in technology which has resulted in a strong demand for bookkeepers with advanced skill-sets.

In the past 20+ years, Accounting for Law has focused on this specialized skill-set in this niche area, and we continue to grow and expand our services.  We have bookkeeping professionals who are certified by LexisNexis in PCLaw, Cosmolex & Ghostpractice on staff. Law firms who benefit from the services of Accounting for Law include firms across Canada.