Clio is cloud-based, mobile-friendly case management software built specifically for the legal profession.
Produced with the cooperation and advice of bar associations and law societies worldwide, Clio delivers all the features a law firm need to run a successful practice including, legal calendaring, accounting, billing, time-tracking, note-taking, as well as, legal document and task management.
With a range of integrations, such as Gmail, Outlook, Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive, Clio offers a seamless solution to managing your firm.
Clio isn’t just software—it’s the central platform for lawyers looking to meet client needs and run efficient, profitable practices.
Law firms of all sizes and practice areas use Clio—from solo lawyers to firms of over 100 staff.
Over the past decade, Clio’s goal has grown from providing affordable technology to lawyers to making a lasting and impact on the legal profession. From their educational and popular to industry events to their meaningful, charitable programs, Clio’s mission is to:
Transform the practice of law, for good.
Clio was launched in 2008 by lifelong friends Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau with the goal of delivering cloud-based legal technologies that improve the quality of practice for lawyers around the world. From our award-winning support team to our best-in-class design and development organization, Clio’s industry-leading team is constantly improving the Clio platform to meet customer’s needs today and tomorrow.
Now, Clio serves the needs of over 150,000 legal professionals in 90 countries with a team of over 300 in five global offices (Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Dublin), bringing even more ground-breaking initiatives to the legal profession, including the best legal tech conference, the Clio Cloud Conference, and the ground-breaking Legal Trends Report.
Offering exceptional leadership training and wellness programs for all employees, Clio has been recognized as an award-winning employer over a dozen times. Learn more about careers at Clio.