Clio, the leading legal practice management software company, is holding its annual Clio Cloud Conference—#ClioCloud9—on October 21 and 22 in San Diego. In conjunction with the conference, Clio has created the Launch//Code contest, in which legal tech innovators who have an integration with Clio Manage compete for the title of Best New Integration.
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Getting CLE credit may seem like a daunting task, or just a hassle in your already packed schedule. But, CLE credits are extremely valuable for keeping up with the law, networking with fellow attorneys, and getting invaluable advice on your current cases—not to mention that there are mandatory CLE requirements to consider. It’s smart to be strategic about how you earn your CLE credits. Really think through what will make you a better lawyer, not just what will get you the credit you need. Diversifying the ways in which you get your credits is one way to make the process a little less tedious. As such, try these three ways to earn CLE credits.
Social media is perhaps the most widely-growing technology worldwide. It's rare to find a person in this emerging world who doesn't use social media. People everywhere use it to catch up on news and trends, communicate with others, and discover new services and products. According to a report by We Are Social, over 4 billion people use social media every day. Aside from it being vastly popular among various age groups in today's society, creating accounts and sharing posts is completely free. Read on to see why lawyers and law firms should break into the exciting world that is social media.
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that NextChapter has been acquired by Fastcase! Starting today, our teams will be joining forces to bring more innovation into the legal tech space.