The first annual Clio Cloud Conference features talks from legal industry thought leaders, in-depth training on Clio and the cloud, and promises to teach lawyers how to take their practices to “Cloud 9”
Clio, the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management platform announced its inaugural Clio Cloud Conference, to be held September 23 and 24 in Chicago, IL. The two-day event will feature legal industry thought leaders speaking on the evolving relationship between law and technology, while also showcasing the latest developments in Clio and innovative technologies for the legal industry.
“We are committed to helping our customers take their law practices to ‘Cloud 9’, and this conference is an important part of delivering on that promise.”
“We’re thrilled to be hosting the inaugural Clio Cloud Conference, and even more excited to be defining a new class of legal conference that delivers compelling content from industry thought leaders, the Clio team, our partners, and our customers,“ states Jack Newton, Clio’s founder and CEO. “We are committed to helping our customers take their law practices to ‘Cloud 9’, and this conference is an important part of delivering on that promise.”
The 2013 Clio Cloud Conference promises to be an engaging and interactive affair comprising of sessions providing key insights into the state of the legal market and the adoption of new technologies, as well as giving attendees practical hands-on training on Clio’s existing features as well as exciting new features that will be released at the event. The conference will also feature exhibits from Clio’s partners, including NetDocuments, Fujitsu, Fastcase, Ruby Receptionists, and Xero.
One of the focal points of the event, however, will be an “Unconference” format that will run in parallel with other conference sessions. The “Unconference” format is a new and trending concept in the events industry that will give attendees a hands-on, interactive venue to engage with fellow Clio users as well as with Clio’s support and product teams.
The conference’s speakers features a list of who’s who in the legal industry and include:
- Jack Newton, Clio’s co-founder and CEO
- Robert Ambrogi, lawyer, journalist, media consultant, and author of the LawSites blog
- Andy Daws, Vice President North America – Riverview Law
- Ed Walters, CEO and co-founder of Fastcase
- Chad Burton, founding attorney of Burton Law, a virtual law firm
- Doug Edmonds, Assistant Dean for IT at UNC School of Law
- Matt Homann, Founder of LexThink
- Joshua Lenon, Clio’s Director of Communications and Outreach
- Gwynne Monahan, Clio’s Communications Manager and Editor of Small Firm Innovation