Primary ContactDoug Edmunds
Doug Edmunds Technology Consulting
Since 2007 Doug Edmunds has served as the assistant dean for IT at the UNC School of Law in Chapel Hill, NC. In his role at UNC Law he led the clinical programs’ successful transition from Time Matters to Clio in 2011. His private consulting work has included multiple engagements with other law schools who have successfully implemented Clio. Doug is currently focused on expanding his work to solos and small firms.
- Live training
- Account Customization
- Data migrations
- Document Templates & Automation
- Using Clio with Google Apps
- Using Clio with Outlook
- Customizations including incremental backups
Offering phone consultation, in-person training, implementation assistance and customizations including nightly incremental backups based on Clio’s API.
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