Clio Partners with Multnomah Bar Association to Bring Cloud-Based Practice Management to Members

May 11, 2017

Multnomah Bar Association joins 61 other associations and organization across the US currently offering Clio as a member benefit.

VANCOUVER, BC—May 11, 2017—Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal practice management software, announced today that the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA) has joined Clio’s Bar Association Affinity Program. The partnership will foster collaboration and innovation between Clio and the MBA. MBA members will also have greater accessibility to Clio through a Bar-exclusive 10% lifetime discount.

Clio is the only practice management solution recommended by the MBA.

Produced with the advice of Law Societies and Bar Associations across North America, Clio is the leading software for law firms, and includes time tracking, billing, and client collaboration tools. Using Clio, law firms can securely access their data from any Internet-connected device, whether a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

By using Clio to manage their firm, customers save eight hours a week on average. With these time savings, Clio is proud to usher in a new era of productivity and collaboration for MBA members.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome the MBA to Clio’s Affinity Program,” said Clio Founder and CEO Jack Newton. “As the only practice management solution recommended by the MBA, Clio’s powerful time-saving functionalities will do much to help Portland metro-area lawyers increase the profitability of their practices.”

Founded in 1906, the MBA has over 4,000 members, primarily lawyers from the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, including judges from the local, state and federal courts. The MBA provides various services and benefits for Portland-area lawyers and the community including continuing legal education, networking opportunities, public service programs and access to business management services.

“Our members are increasingly in need of practice management tools that allow them to focus on practicing law,” said Guy Walden, Executive Director of the Multnomah Bar Association. “This is especially true of the 25% of members who are solo practitioners, and an equal number who are in smaller firms. The partnership with Clio gives them access to affordable cloud-based practice management software, enabling them to more effectively manage their time.”

Portland-area lawyers looking to learn more about Clio or start their free trial are encouraged to visit landing.clio.com/multbar. For more information on the Clio Bar Association Affinity Program, please visit www.clio.com/partnerships/bar-associations.

About Clio

Clio is the most comprehensive cloud-based practice management platform for the legal industry. With the help of the cloud, Clio eases the process of time tracking, billing, administration, and collaboration for law firms of all sizes. Based in Vancouver, B.C. and launched in 2008, Clio is used by legal professionals in over 50 countries. Clio has raised $27 million from investors including Bessemer Venture Partners, Point Nine Capital, Acton Capital and Version One Ventures. Learn more at clio.com.

For more information, please contact:
Reagan Attle
Vice President, Marketing
Clio – Practice Management Simplified
1-888-858-2546 x568
info@clio.com