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Derek Bolen is the Senior Manager of Customer Marketing at Clio, which means he gets paid to build relationships with the greatest customers in the world. When he isn’t working, he’s tweeting, reading, writing, podcasting, running, obsessing over fantasy football, or hanging out with his son.
The right legal technology can help you run your firm efficiently, serve clients better, and work remotely when you need to.
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned over the course of your legal career? Members of Advocates, the official Clio community, share theirs.
In solo and small firm practices, niches can lead to riches. Here are some suggestions for identifying your legal niche.
For ABA Law Student Division’s National Mental Health Day, we spoke with Brian Cuban about "The Addicted Lawyer" and addiction in law school.
Legal communication is inherently complex. How can lawyers improve client communications to leave both sides satisfied?
In the second instalment of our law firm technology trends survey, some of law’s most prominent women share their thoughts on where legal professionals should be focused this year.
Former White House speechwriter John Corcoran shares a law firm business development strategy you can master in as little as 15 minutes a year.
Together, our customers make up the world's largest law firm. See what we did in 2016.
Lawyers need to encrypt their data to ensure their firm's information is safe. Here's what lawyers need to know about encryption.
According to the American Bar Association’s Tech Report, only “23.9% of law firms maintain a legal blog, while 70.6% still do not.” That’s not even a quarter. Many lawyers don’t blog because it doesn’t seem…