The practice of law is all about helping clients, so aren’t we all client-centered? In a way, yes. But there is a reason why the most common bar complaint has often been due to a lack of communication: We may serve clients, but lawyers generally are not great at communicating with them.
For lawyers, good client communications can make or break your reputation. However, many law firms are not communicating with clients in the way that clients expect.
Each year, legal tech changes faster and faster. From new apps and services, to shifting client expectations, to new regulations covering tech and what it means for the practice of law, there’s plenty for lawyers and legal professionals to stay on top of.
How many people actually keep their New Year’s resolutions? The number is lower than you might think—just 8% of people are successful. New Year’s resolutions are hard to stick to, especially when you’re a busy lawyer.
2018 is nearly over, and at Clio, that means we’re wrapping up another year of advancing legal tech and working with legal professionals like you on transforming the practice of law, for good.
What a year it’s been: From the addition of Lexicata to the Clio family, to a slew of updates and additions to Clio, to our biggest and best Clio Cloud Conference yet, we’ve had plenty of exciting announcements at Clio—and we hope 2018 has been just as productive and profitable at your firm.
As a legal professional, it can be easy to forget why you got into law in the first place. But for Bryan Stevenson, the opportunity to do good is infinite, and he sees lawyers as being one of the groups best positioned to make a difference.
Need a gift for the lawyer in your life this holiday season? If you’re looking for something special for your coworker, friend, or family member in the legal sector, we’ve got you covered.