The Virginia Bar Association is the Latest Bar Association to Offer Clio as a Member Benefit via the Clio Bar Association Affinity Program
Vancouver, BC, and Richmond, VA — August 14, 2013 — Themis Solutions Inc. welcomes The Virginia Bar Association to the Clio Bar Association Affinity Program. This partnership program allows the Bar’s members to subscribe to Clio at a discounted rate.
Clio is the leading provider of cloud-based practice management, time and billing and client collaboration tools for small and mid-sized law firms. Since Clio is a cloud-based service, law firms can securely access their data from any Internet-connected device, whether it is a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.
“We are excited to be working with The Virginia Bar Association,” said Clio Founder and CEO Jack Newton. “The attorney members of Virginia’s largest statewide voluntary bar group can take advantage of cloud-based tools that help them practice efficiently and ethically, and continue to better serve the people of Virginia.”
From its founding in 1888, The Virginia Bar Association and its members have worked to advance the highest ideals of the legal profession through advocacy and volunteer service. Two of the VBA’s most visible areas of effort are law reform and serving the public interest.
“Another priority of the VBA is law practice management, both in law office operation and administration, and in skills development of the individual practitioner,” VBA President Thomas R. Bagby said.
The partnership with Clio gives VBA members access to a cloud-based practice management platform that grows with their practice so they can focus on serving the people of Virginia.
The Virginia Bar Association joins more than 30 bar associations offering Clio as a member benefit, including the Alabama State Bar, Colorado Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, Hawaii State Bar Association, Idaho State Bar, Illinois State Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, Iowa State Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, Missouri Bar, New Jersey State Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Rhode Island Bar Association, South Carolina Bar, State Bar of Arizona, State Bar of California – Law Practice Management & Technology Section, State Bar of Michigan, State Bar of Nevada, State Bar of Texas, State Bar of Wisconsin and the Vermont Bar Association.