March 20th, 2009 by The Clio Team
Spring has sprung, and Solo Practice University has officially opened its doors.
Back at LegalTech New York we had the privilege of meeting up with Susan Cartier Liebel, the founder of Solo Practice University, and were completely blown away by the scope and depth of her vision for Solo Practice University. It promises to be an interactive, energetic, and information-rich community for solos. Something that, amazingly enough, has not existed to this point.
SPU is all about helping solos learn about running a law practice – and like Clio, it’s completely web-based. Susan has managed to put together a world-class contingent of SPU faculty, including Jay Foonberg, Carolyn Elefant, Grant Griffiths and many others.
Solo Practice University will also be opening a “Co-Op” of products and services of interest to solos – and each will be independently reviewed and approved by members of SPU. Think of it as an “Amazon.com” for solos, where peer reviews of products of services will help solos decide what would be a good fit for their needs. Clio will be a proud member of this Co-Op when it launches.
SPU has officially opened its doors and you can enroll today. Susan, David and SPU faculty – congratulations on launch!