July 17th, 2013 by The Clio Team
Virtual law firms seem to be all the rage (or can draw fun criticism from some). Either way, the concept is simply a way to operate a firm with out-of-the-box (sorry, we are stuck with that until somebody comes up with a better phrase) thinking on the business structure and the use of technology for improved client service. These models strike at two things necessary for the delivery of legal services to clients: access to information and improved cost structures.
This session will explore how Clio, in conjunction with other platforms, can achieve such results. Using cloud-based technology under creative, but effective, business models, can increase efficiencies so that lawyers can focus on what they do best-practice law. This includes how to use these platforms to collaborate internally with lawyers and other team members, as well as externally with clients, opposing counsel and co-counsel on matters.