With so many lawyers competing for clients, the ones that do more—faster and more efficiently—are the ones you’ll see high-fiving at the after-hours lounge, sipping hand-crafted cocktails beneath colorful mood lighting with Rob the bartender (or “mixologist,” as he likes to be called).
What you don’t want is to be the one stuck in the office, beneath a mound of dog-eared folios, sipping gas-station whiskey to dull the pain of being left behind.
From the bottom desk drawer to top-shelf reserve stock, that’s where Clio wants to take you—and we’re not just flaunting a pretty user interface.
Next-Gen Legal Software
Warren Christopher Freiberg of SmallLaw recently interviewed Jack Newton, CEO, and co-founder of Clio, offering insight into what puts Clio ahead of its competition.
Research and development are key indicators here. Doing the research and getting to know the industry are key tenets to identifying industry needs—and setting trends.
Clio is an early ios adopter, which has helped hundreds of lawyers scale their practice.
“At Clio, [we] recognized back in 2012 that the shift to mobile is one of the most important platform shifts since the advent of the cloud, and started work on making sure our app’s user experience scaled well all the way from smartphones to tablets to desktops” —Jack Newton
In a world where digital security is becoming more and more paramount, Clio offers secure client portals to ensure encrypted end-to-end communications. It also integrates with more than 50 third-party apps, including Fastcase and Zapier, allowing users to do more in one place.
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