About Clio Cloud Conference
Clio is a leading legal practice management software simplifying the once clunky processes of firm, case and client management. Over 150,000 legal professionals in 90 different countries use Clio to better manage their firm, making it the most-used legal management software in the world.
Every year, Clio hosts their famous legal conference, Clio Cloud Conference. The 2019 conference, titled #ClioCloud9, is in San Diego on October 21-22 and boasts a multitude of attorneys, founders, and CEO speakers. The Clio Cloud Conference is the leading conference in the legal technology space and promises to level up legal expertise for solo practitioners, firms, startups and all other legal professionals alike.
What is Launch//Code?
Launch//Code is Clio's developer contest in which they invite innovators in the legal tech space to develop an app integration for Clio Manage that addresses a difficulty in business management for legal professionals. All different apps are welcome, including previously tested apps or brand new ones. Winners for Clio's Launch//Code Contest will be announced and brought onto stage to collect their prize of $100,000.
Any person or team looking to enter the contest has to develop an app that simplifies and streamlines client data processes in order to eliminate cumbersome workflows and achieve overall efficiency. To enter the contest, inventors have to build their potential Clio-integrated app and launch within Clio's app directory, submitting an application to go along with it.
Once finalists are chosen, they will be invited to attend Clio's Cloud Conference, where they'll pitch their app integrations to a panel of highly-esteemed legal professionals. One winner is chosen and takes home the $100,000 prize, while all other approved apps are welcomed within Clio's app directory.
NextChapter Founder & CEO to Judge Launch//Code
You can see NextChapter's very own Founder & CEO Janine Sickmeyer on the panel of judges at #ClioCloud9. Janine will be attending the conference in San Diego as a fellow judge of the innovative Clio app integrations.
Janine is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), and a proud partner of the Lean In movement. She is the founder of bankruptcy application NextChapter, a modern software for attorneys. After years in the trenches as a paralegal drafting petitions and preparing paperwork, Janine imagined a web-based application that would improve workflow and technology in the legal industry. Two years of learning, developing, and hiring later, she created NextChapter.