When to Use (and Not to Use) AI at Small and Mid-Sized Law Firms

Thursday, June 20 at 11 a.m. PT | 2 p.m. ET

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The do’s and don’ts of using AI at law firms

Discover how AI can transform your legal practice—ethically

Wondering how to use AI in your law firm? Or just as importantly, what not to use it for? AI has the power to transform how your firm operates—but knowing when to use it (and when not to) is key to harnessing its benefits.

Join us for an insightful CLE webinar where we explore the many applications of AI for small and mid-sized law firms. Hear firsthand from a panel of Managing Partners about the advantages they’ve seen by implementing this technology—and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. You’ll also be among the first to get an exclusive look at Clio’s new AI solution, Clio Duo.

In this CLE-eligible* webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • Proven strategies for boosting productivity by automating routine tasks with AI
  • Best practices to ensure your team uses AI effectively in day-to-day operations
  • Crucial considerations regarding ethics, data privacy, and compliance
  • Deep-dives on popular legal AI tools used by our speakers

Duration: 60-minutes of CLE + optional 30 minute walkthrough of AI tools

Can’t make the date? Register anyway—we’ll make sure you receive a recording of the webinar directly to your inbox!


Alex Almazan

Alexander Almazan,

Founder and Managing Partner, Almazan Law

Alex is the founder and managing partner of Almazan Law, a Florida based 11 lawyer law firm with 25 employees. The firm has a commercial litigation, real estate transactional, workers compensation and liability defense and appellate practice with offices in Miami and Tampa. He has had Clio for about 7 years and is an out loud supporter of integration of AI applications into the firm and the practice of law and established an internal legal tech committee earlier this year to have a forum for AI features and demos with people from all areas of the firm. As incoming President of the Southeast US Board of the American Heart Association and national committee member of their Social Impact Governing Fund, Alex also sees the AI and technology impact and advancement in the health sector in addition to the legal sector which helps widen his perspective.

Joe Gibson

Joseph Gibson

Managing Attorney and Founder, Employment Law Center of Maryland

Joe Gibson is a Maryland employment and civil rights lawyer. As the founder and Managing Attorney of the Employment Law Center of Maryland, Joe’s first priority is keeping his clients informed, empowered, and advancing towards success in their employment case.

The Employment Law Center of Maryland was invited by OpenAI/Casetext to participate in its closed beta of its GPT-4 powered tool, CoCounsel (the one that passed the bar exam). One of the Center’s core values is the use of technology to increase access to justice, i.e., making legal services faster and cheaper, therefore accessible to a wider range of clients.

Erin Walker

Erin Walker,

Director, Strategy and Enablement, Clio

Erin Walker has been working in digital communications since Netscape Navigator was a viable web browser. She has extensive experience operationalizing technology to achieve business goals, and she’s “practically obsessed” with AI, hosting Clio’s international and highly successful AI webinar series. She is passionate about using technology to solve problems and make the world a better place