Principal: A principal is typically a managing partner or a partner in a firm. They will have access to billing information and reporting for matters. They will also have access to the overall financials for the firm.

Attorney: Attorneys can be associates or partners at a firm. They will have access to billing information and reporting for matters they are involved with, but not for the firm as a whole.

Operator: An operator is typically business managers, bookkeepers or assistants of a firm. They will have access to all billing information but will not normally be responsible for matters.

Accountant: Accountants have access to all billing information for the firm.

Time Keeper: A time keeper is a person who will not have access to billing information and reporting, typically associates, contractors, or staff. This can be overridden for specific matters.

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