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Modern Metrics for the Entrepreneurial Lawyer

en·tre·pre·neur ˌäntrəprəˈnər/ noun a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so. If you’re a solo or small firm lawyer (and there’s a 70% chance you are), let’s face it—you’re not only a lawyer, you’re also an...
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6 Ways to Use iPads in Your Law Firm

Apple’s iPad, the tablet device that has become so ubiquitious that it’s now a proprietary eponym for tablets themselves (much to the chagrin of Microsoft), continues to make gains in law firm adoption. Of the 49% of respondents in ABA’s annual Legal Technology Survey who use a tablet for law-related...
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Say Hey to Team Clio: Chris Yeh, Talent Development Specialist

We’ve got some pretty amazing people in Clio’s office(s), and a lot of it is thanks to our fantastic HR department—or as we like to call it, the People Operations team. They handle everything from hiring to cultivating the amazing culture that we have here at Clio (among a lot...
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Ingredients for Law Firm Success: Lessons from a Venture Capitalist

How do you talk to an angel? Boris Wertz is one of the leading tech angel investors in North America and the Founder of Version One Ventures. In October, he came by Clio headquarters for a candid AmA in which he openly discussed his success and how he picks winning...
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