Articles Tagged with Clio

Dashboard shows details of a matter In September, I reported that practice management provider Clio, at its annual Clio Cloud Conference, had unveiled “the new Clio experience” — a top-to-bottom re-engineering and redesign of its practice management platform, which it dubbed Project Apollo, after the Greek god of healing and light. Having now had a […]

Clio’s App Directory I wrote recently about major announcements made by Clio at its annual Clio Cloud Conference, including a major reengineering of its platform and a new direction for the company, from “law practice management” in the cloud to “law practice” in the cloud. Key to that new direction is Clio’s ever-growing number of […]

Led by CEO Jack Newton, Clio staff celebrate the wrap of the fifth Clio Cloud Conference. What makes a legal technology conference great? I’ve been thinking a lot about this since leaving the fifth Clio Cloud Conference earlier this week. I’ve attended all five and uniformly praised each one. After the 2014 conference, I called it one […]

At the Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans on Monday, I sat down with Clio cofounder and CEO Jack Newton to discuss the announcements he made during his opening keynote. We talk about Clio’s ground-up reengineering and redesign of its practice management platform, Clio’s new goals and directions as it starts its second decade, the […]

Invoicing Communication logs Details of a matter List of matters shows as a data table with configurable columns. Nine years after it launched as the first commercial, cloud-based practice management platform, Clio has been teasing the legal community with promises of major news, symbolized by the hashtag #newclio. Earlier this month, I was given a […]

Clio cofounders Rian Gauvreau and Jack Newton at their Vancouver office Friday. Last Friday, I spent the day at the headquarters of the practice-management company Clio, just outside Vancouver, B.C. The purpose of my visit was for an advance briefing of news the company will announce at its Clio Cloud Conference later this month. While I cannot […]

I’ve become an unabashed fan of the Clio Cloud Conference, the fifth of which is coming up Sept. 25-26 and which this year moves from its original venue of Chicago to New Orleans. I’ve been to all four prior conferences and I’ve praised every one of them as among the best legal technology conferences you […]

A series of short posts rounding up product announcements from last week’s ABA Techshow.  Practice management platform Clio announced integrations with five additional third-party applications, bringing its total number of third-party integrations to more than 50. The latest integrations are with: Apptoto, an automated scheduling and reminder platform. Continue reading →

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 […]