[Ask The Experts] How and Why Law Firms Are Switching From PCLaw to Clio

Been on hold with PCLaw support for hours? Faced with increasing maintenance fees? Is slow remote access starting to impact productivity? You’re not alone.

Thousands of law firms are finding themselves in the same situation. Many have been with PCLaw for decades but it’s becoming old, difficult to use, and unreliable.

What you want is simplicity, reliability and flexibility.

In this webinar, Peggy Gruenke from CPN Legal, Clarke L. Young from Clarke Logan Young Law Offices, and Rio Peterson from Clio, discuss why law firms are making the switch from PCLaw to Clio.

In under 45 minutes, you’ll learn:

  • Signs that it’s time to switch from PCLaw
  • How to set a reasonable timeline to migrate your firm
  • How to get buy-in to make the switch at your firm
  • How to nail data migration

Duration: 45 minutes (30 minute panel discussion + 15 minutes of Q&A)

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Peggy Gruenke


CPN Legal

With over 30 years combined experience in the legal environment, as an entrepreneur/business owner and an IT consultant, Peggy has combined her experiences to bring results and a competitive advantage to law firms, assisting solo and small firm attorneys across the country in building their businesses by providing law practice management, legal technology, and financial services. 

Peggy started her own business, CPN Legal, in 2012, recognizing the growing need for these services in the local Cincinnati attorney community and across the country. CPN Legal now has over 100 clients across the country. She specializes in Law Firm Accounting and Bookkeeping, Clio and QuickBooks Integration, and creating efficient workflows to improve cash flow.

Clarke L. Young


Clarke Logan Young Law Office

Clarke L. Young started practicing family law exclusively in 1993 after he discovered he had married a woman who suffered from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and no family law attorneys knew how to litigate BPD cases. For the 15 years prior to 1993, Mr. Young had happily practiced land use law, real estate law, property law, municipal law, and other areas of law that touch and concern land. In 1983 he was awarded a Masters in Studies in (Environmental) Law from the Vermont Law School, graduating cum laude. In 1996 (in Year 3 of a 15-year divorce), Mr. Young was awarded sole legal and physical custody of his five-year old daughter and 3-year old son, and embarked on a new legal career and life.

Today, Clarke Young’s family law firm saves children from pathogenic parents by representing the normal-range parent in child custody proceedings against the Borderline Personality Disordered parent. Mr. Young consults nationally and internationally and can serve as an expert witness in custody proceedings involving BPD.


Rio Peterson

Affinity Partnerships Manager


Rio Peterson is the Affinity Programs Manager at Clio. She joined Clio in 2017 and works to build flourishing relationships with legal associations across the United States, and she works passionately to educate lawyers on the importance of using data to build better practices and drive the legal industry forward.