The importance of technology in the legal profession is growing at an incredible pace and competency with issues such as security, cloud computing services, and due diligence are increasingly intrinsic to the practice of law.
This year’s ABA TECHSHOW was one of the key legal tech events for lawyers — an educational, social, and annual highlight for many legal professionals. Along with 100 other vendors and almost 1800 attendees, Clio was proud meet customers, other exhibitors, and like-minded individuals at the 30th anniversary of this event.
Clio’s ABA Techshow highlights included:
- “Cloudy with a Chance of Automation”. A speech from Clio’s CEO, Jack Newton, addressing the security standards of legal cloud computing specifically for legal professionals, and the bottom-up approach of small firms surpassing big firms in their ability to utilize cloud-based technology.
- The release of version 1.0 of new cloud computing security doctrines, from the Legal Cloud Computing Association.
- The announcement and demo of two new Clio integrations: Vonage and Ruby Receptionist.
- With over 300 guests and an incredible view of the city, Clio’s annual #ClioAfterParty was the premier networking event of the conference.
Lawyer-in-residence, Joshua Lenon, spoke with Lisa Solomon , a freelance attorney who assists solos and small firms nationwide with all their legal research and writing needs exclusively at the event. Get a full recap of events in this short clip, and find out more about Lisa’s practice at http://QuestionOfLaw.net, or on Twitter.