Law Practice Management Suites

The law practice management company Clio today unveiled Clio Accounting, providing legal-specific bookkeeping and accounting as an add-on to U.S. customers of its Clio Manage platform.
I have not had an opportunity to see a demonstration of it, but Clio said in an announcement that it includes features to sync information from Clio Manage to log transactions within a
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The law practice management company LEAP Legal Software is today introducing three artificial intelligence features built directly into its all-in-one practice management platform – including one with a unique human-in-the-loop twist.
“LEAP’s AI solutions are not here to replace lawyers or the work they do, but support and complement their expertise by allowing them to focus on the work that
Continue Reading Exclusive: Law Practice Management Software LEAP Introduces Three AI Features – with A Unique Human-In-the-Loop Twist

Last October, during its annual Clio Cloud Conference, the law practice management company Clio announced its plan to roll out an e-filing service, called Clio File, during 2024, starting with Texas, which would make it the first law practice management platform with built-in e-filing. Today, it delivered on that promise, launching Clio File for e-filing in Texas courts.
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Solo and small firm lawyers intend to adopt artificial intelligence at a much faster pace than their larger-firm counterparts, but their clients are even more enthusiastic about the technology, believing it can result in more affordable and higher quality services from their lawyers.
So says the 2024 Legal Trends for Solo and Small Firms report, released today by the law
Continue Reading Solo and Small Firms Plan to Adopt AI More Quickly than Larger Firms, But Not Fast Enough for Clients, Clio Survey Finds

Aderant this week hosted its Global Momentum conference in Nashville, where the biggest announcement was the launch of its AI-driven cloud platform Stridyn. Stridyn provides dashboard access to data from […]
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As this episode is released, Aderant, a technology company that provides business and practice management software for mid- to large-sized law firms worldwide, is in the midst of its Global Momentum user conference, taking place in Nashville. At the conference, the company made a major news announcement – the launch of Stridyn, a new cloud platform that will
Continue Reading Aderant CEO Chris Cartrett on the Company’s Cloud-First Strategy and New Cloud Platform Stridyn

When Chris Cartrett took over two years ago as CEO of Aderant, a provider of business management software to larger law firms, he promised to “take aggressive steps to further the company’s cloud-first strategy throughout its broad suite of solutions.”
At Aderant’s Global Momentum user conference today in Nashville, he announced a major step in advancing that strategy, with
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Two years ago, Clio, the law practice management company, made an offer that some law firms might have found difficult to refuse. It offered to buy them out of up to six months of their contracts with competing practice management platforms if they switched to Clio’s platform.
Now Clio is reviving that offer, which it calls its Break Free Program
Continue Reading Stuck In A Long-Term Contract with A Practice Management Vendor? Clio Offers to Buy You Out

A common pain point for law firms is failing to track and invoice all reimbursable client expenses, resulting in losses to firm profits. A first-of-its-kind product being unveiled today by AffiniPay, the parent company of LawPay and MyCase, aims to solve that problem for smaller firms by marrying a business credit card for law firms to software that
Continue Reading First-Of-Its-Kind Credit Card/Software Combo from LawPay and MyCase Lets Law Firms Track Expenses Directly to Matters and Invoicing

During ABA Techshow last week in Chicago, I had the opportunity to sit down for a brief conversation with Jack Newton, founder and CEO of law practice technology company Clio, who provided additional details on some of the company’s recent news.
We discussed Clio’s greater focus on midsized law firms, its impending launch of generative AI, its roll-out
Continue Reading Updates from CEO Jack Newton On Recent Clio News: Midsized Firms, Gen AI, Legal Aid, and Clio Draft