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Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal technology, empowers lawyers to be client-centered and firm-focused through a suite of cloud solutions, including practice management, CRM, and client intake software. Clio has been transforming the legal profession for over a decade and continues to lead the industry with initiatives like the Legal Trends Report, the Clio Cloud Conference, and the Clio Academic Access Program. With 150,000 customers spanning 90 countries, and the approval of over 65 bar associations and law societies globally, Clio has been recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, and a Deloitte Fast 50 and Fast 500 company.

The Clio Suite is comprised of two components:
Clio Manage: The industry’s #1 cloud-based legal practice management software.

Clio Grow: Powerful client intake for law firms—simplified. The complete client intake and client relationship management (CRM) platform that streamlines processes, organization, and law firm growth.

Learn more at www.clio.com

With the Clio Cloud Conference A Month Away, COO George Psiharis Provides a Preview (And A Discount Code)

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Fully virtual again this year, the Clio Cloud Conference is Oct. 26-29, with a full line-up of programs on legal practice and technology, keynote speakers such as Arianna Huffington, founder of Thrive and The Huffington Post, and entertainment from Grammy Award winning musicians. On Friday, I saw down with George Psiharis, chief operating officer of Clio, to discuss the company's planning for the conversation and to learn more about what attendees should expect. What follows is a transcript of our conversation, which I have edited for clarity, concision and continuity. Also, Clio provided a promotional code for readers…

Citing Shared Vision for the Future of Law Practice, Clio Acquires Document Assembly Company Lawyaw

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In its second acquisition in six weeks, law practice management company Clio has acquired Lawyaw, a document automation and assembly platform designed for solo, small and mid-sized law firms.

This news follows Clio’s July 28 announcement that it acquired CalendarRules, an automated court calendaring product. It is Clio’s third acquisition ever, including its…