Since lawyers aren't the only professionals who need to track their time and bill for it, there are a large number of products available. This software is used to capture case-related time and expenses, generate reports and bills, and integrate with accounting software.
DISCLAIMER: This information (or the names of these products are) is passed along without any warranties by the South Carolina Bar as to its fitness for a particular purpose. It has not been tested by the Bar and is offered for your information only. The list below does not provide a comprehensive comparison of all products on the market. Inclusion in the list should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation.
Oh the Software You'll Find: Choosing the Right Time and Billing Software for Your Firm
Courtney Kennaday, South Carolina Lawyer, 2003.
Time and Billing software comparison chart
ABA Legal Technology Resource Center
Time and Billing Software and Services List
ActionStep http://www.actionstep.com/ (practice management includes time and billing)
BigTime http://www.bigtime.net (desktop widget available)
LAWS Pro http://www.lawspro.com/
Practice Panther http://www.practicepanther.com
Times Manager https://timesmanager.com/
Bamboo Invoice http://bambooinvoice.org/ FOSS Product
Billings (Mac only) http://www.marketcircle.com/billings/
Chaos Software Legal Billing http://www.chaossoftware.com/legal-billing.aspx
fanurio (Mac & Windows) http://www.fanuriotimetracking.com
HourGuard Timesheet Software http://bit.ly/SzWsS4 (NCH Software)
ImagineTime http://www.imaginetime.com (also has Doc mgmt, calendaring, and other products)
TimeNet Law (Mac only) http://www.applesource.biz/software/timenet-law/
List courtesy of Nerino J. Petro, Jr.