How Clio is using software to transform the legal industry


Use Clio to easily manage your firm, cases, and clients

When the founders of Clio launched the beta version of their legal practice management software at the American Bar Association Techshow in 2008, the legal profession was in dire need of a technological makeover.

“Although many people think about the legal industry as high-flying lawyers working in the downtown skyscrapers in 1,000-person law firms, the reality is that 80 percent of lawyers practice in firms of 10 lawyers or less and a full half of all lawyers practice solo,” says Jack Newton, CEO and co-founder of the Vancouver-based software-as-a-service company.

Most firms have precious few resources to dedicate to technology, data or even administration.

“The legal industry, as large and as important as it is, remained one of the last major industries to be fundamentally transformed by technology,” Mr. Newton says. [read more]

Source: Dene Moore – The Globe and Mail

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