VIRTUAL MEETUP

Using Clio at Mid-sized Law Firms

Learn how two successful law firms are using Clio features and integrated technology to help increase efficiency

Learn how to enhance your firm’s operations in this free webinar, led by fellow Clio customers.

If your law firm has 20-50 (or more) staff, there may be some helpful Clio features and integrations that your firm hasn’t yet discovered. In this session, lawyers Brian King and D. Michael Allen will share their favorite Clio features, how their firms succeed using the software, and which integrations they use to build organized and productive workflows. These valuable tips and tricks can help your firm get the most out of Clio—so you can increase profitability and improve client satisfaction.

Meetup Overview:
  • Free interactive session held virtually through Zoom
  • Hosted by Karina Cebuliak, Customer Success Manager at Clio, featuring Brian King, Senior Managing Partner at King Law, and D. Michael Allen, Partner at Mallor Grodner
  • Duration: 60 Minutes (40 minutes of panel discussion + 20 minutes of Q&A)
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Speakers

Karina Cebuliak

Customer Success Manager

Clio

Karina has worked in tech since 1998, back when the cloud was just something you saw in the sky! She is a Customer Success Manager at Clio, taking care of mid market firms, ranging from 30 to 150 employees. Her favorite part of the job is the relationships she has with her clients and sourcing out of the box solutions to their needs.

Brian King

Senior Managing Partner

King Law

Brian is the senior partner and managing attorney of King Law. Attorney King’s primary practice area is family law. He has been practicing law for more than a decade and is a lifelong resident of Rutherford County, North Carolina. Brian is a member of the North and South Carolina bars and maintains active cases in both states. Brian is a graduate of Campbell Law School and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

D. Michael Allen

Partner

Mallor Grodner

Michael represents businesses and business owners in litigation, employment, and transactional matters. His clients regularly seek his assistance concerning business formation and governance, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, employment issues, intellectual property protection, contract preparation and negotiation, and dispute resolution.