Episode 87: George Psiharis, Chief Operating Officer at Clio

Since joining Clio 10 years ago, Chief Operating Officer George Psiharis has had a front-row seat for the massive technological and cultural shifts that have swept the legal industry in the past decade—shifts which have accelerated due to COVID-19.
In today’s Daily Matters conversation, George chats with Jack Newton about how legal has evolved, and where it’s headed. Specifically, they discuss:
  • What Clio and the legal industry were like 10 years ago, and how both have changed over time
  • The importance of data literacy to law firms, and how firms can leverage data more successfully
  • George’s insights into major ways that COVID-19 has affected the legal industry
  • What the legal industry might look like 10 years from now
  • Key things firms can do to position themselves for the future
To learn more about COVID-19’s impact on legal, read Clio’s data-driven research analysis here: https://www.clio.com/resources/legal-trends/covid-impact/
To learn more about data literacy for law firms, listen to the prior Matters podcast episode “Why Data Literacy Matters” here: https://www.clio.com/podcast/why-data-literacy-matters/
And to read the 2019 Legal Trends Report, visit https://www.clio.com/resources/legal-trends/2019-report/
George Psiharis is the Chief Operating Officer at Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal technology. Specializing in customer success, business development, and data operations, George has worked extensively with law schools, bar associations, and other legal professionals to help make information on cloud computing and law firm economics increasingly accessible. George is also fluent in Greek, a skill he’d love to use as Clio expands its global offerings.
To connect with George, you can find him on LinkedIn. To learn more about Clio, visit www.clio.com