Articles Tagged with Clio

Westlaw and LexisNexis are typically viewed as the dominant leaders among legal research services. But a recent survey found that Fastcase is in a virtual dead heat with Westlaw and LexisNexis among smaller-firm lawyers. The just-released information comes from a survey conducted in 2016 by law practice management company Clio. The survey asked Clio users […]

Catching up on a few items of interest … In the UK, an online court will be operating by September and broadly deployed to a wide range of civil court proceedings by May 2020, Legal Futures reports. “There will be no big bang,” Sir Ernest Ryder, a Lord Justice of Appeal and the Senior President […]

I’m sitting here at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, on my way home from the fourth-annual Clio Cloud Conference, racking my brain for something critical to say about it. I’d been to all three of the prior Clio conferences, and, frankly, I’d gushed about them, calling the 2014 conference one of the best legal technology conferences I’d […]

The Global Create feature on the iPad. The home page as it looks on the iPad. The home page on an iPad Pro. The tasks menu on an iPad. The Advanced Tasks feature on an iPhone. The Global Create feature on an iPhone. The app’s home page on an iPhone. The task view on an […]

Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton delivers the opening keynote at last year’s conference. One of my favorite legal technology events to attend is the Clio Cloud Conference. After the 2014 conference, I wrote that it was one of the best legal technology conferences I had ever attended. After last year’s, I said that it was […]

The practice management platform Clio today is introducing Trust Requests, a feature that helps lawyers create and track requests to clients for payments of funds into trust accounts. The feature operates in much the same way as Clio’s invoicing system, but along an entirely separate accounting stream to keep trust deposits and payments separate from […]

Clio now integrates with Vonage VoIP phone services. Time to play catch-up on legal technology news and notes from the past few weeks: Take credit cards in MyCase. The practice management platform MyCase already has the ability to accept online payments directly from a client’s checking account. At the recent ABA Techshow, MyCase announced that […]

Patrick Palace discusses Washington’s LLLT program. The Legal Talk Network folks were on site at the recent Clio Cloud Conference, where they recorded a series of interviews with the speakers. The interviews are now all posted as part of the LTN’s ongoing series of Special Reports. I conducted two of the interviews, one (together with the […]

Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton delivers the opening keynote. It might strike you as corny to hear that a legal technology conference kicks off at 8:30 a.m. with a bevy of hip-looking Millennials, all clad in the conference’s official black T-shirt, swarming en masse into the auditorium-sized room where some 600 legal professionals have […]

On Monday, I wrote here about several new features and integrations that Clio announced at its annual Clio Cloud Conference. Yesterday, there was another announcement: Clio is partnering with CuroLegal, an outsourcing and consulting firm, to provide professional services to assist law firms with software configuration and customization, on-site training, data migration and custom application […]

The dashboard of Clio’s new Campaign Tracker. The cloud-based practice-management company Clio kicked off its annual Clio Cloud Conference in Chicago today with announcements of two new features and eight new integrations with third-party applications. In the conference’s opening keynote, Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton announced the two new features: Continue reading →