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Two legal experts discuss how building a mission-driven law firm can drive growth and provide deeper meaning to employees.
This month, we’ve introduced a new Custom Fields tab, relaunched our integration with cash flow helper Fundbox, and added the ability to view documents to the new mobile app beta for Clio Manage.
When it comes to enabling your law firm and staff with technology, it’s best to get a device policy in place sooner than later.
Three experts on legal robots—a.k.a. legal technologies powered by Artificial Intelligence—discuss chatbots and other tools that have major long-term implications for the industry.
Data security should be a top priority for any law firm, and here’s why.
What's new at Clio? The new mobile app for Clio Manage, enhanced expenses, and instant payment notifications.
If you’re constantly checking and responding to emails on your phone while at home, or out with friends and family, then maybe it’s time to take action to secure time for yourself that isn’t about…
Law firms have a lot to balance. With so many tasks, matters, and priorities competing for your attention, it’s all the more important to keep your internal processes and data as streamlined as possible.
With high rates of substance abuse, depression, and suicide in the legal profession, a focus on wellness has never been more critical. Are you paying attention?
Nowadays, subscriptions are everywhere. But, while most of us subscribe to a few favorites in our personal lives, are subscription-based services possible when it comes to the law?