New York State Bar Association Selects Clio as Exclusive Preferred Partner to Deliver Cloud-based Practice Management to Its Membership
January 8, 2014
New York State Bar Association selects Themis Solutions Inc.’s Clio as the Exclusive Preferred Partner to Deliver Cloud-based Practice Management to its Membership with Free Access to Newly Admitted Attorneys.
Themis Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce that the New York State Bar Association has chosen Clio, its flagship web-based practice management platform, as an exclusive premier member benefit.
This deeper partnership brings with it the dual benefits of allowing the Bar’s membership to subscribe to Clio at a discounted rate, while also offering newly admitted attorneys who join the NYSBA free access to Clio for one year.
Clio is the leading provider of cloud-based practice management, time and billing and client collaboration tools for small and mid-sized law firms. Using Clio, law firms can securely access their data from any Internet-connected device, whether it is a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Lawyers can also leverage Clio’s cloud-based feature set to collaborate more closely with their clients and elevate their level of service.
“Becoming an exclusive partner with the New York State Bar Association demonstrates a commitment to excellence,” said Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton. “This gives its membership access to cloud-based tools that can be leveraged for a competitive advantage, enabling them to better compete in the New York market.”
As the largest voluntary state bar association in America, the New York State Bar Association’s programs and activities have served the public and improved the justice system since its founding in 1876. Introducing Clio as an exclusive preferred premier affinity partner provides its members with an enhanced toolset to better meet the demands of a changing society.
The New York State Bar Association is now one of over 30 bar associations offering Clio as a member benefit, making Clio the cloud-based practice management platform most offered by state bar associations.
For more information on the Clio Bar Association Affinity Program, please visit http://www.goclio.com/resources/affinity/