Themis Solutions Inc., the creator of Clio, a Cloud-based case management platform for SME sized legal practices, has announced that one of its key executives will be an expert panellist at LawTech Europe Congress (LTEC 2013).
The two day event is scheduled to take place 21st – 22nd October 2013 at the Clarion Congress Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic and will cover a range of topics themed into four areas: electronic evidence, forensics investigation, cyber security, and legal technology.
The panel debate entitled, ‘The New Language – How do Lawyers leverage new technologies in competitive legal environment’, will take place on Monday 21st October at 14.30 – 15.30 CET. The panellists will include industry experts Rob Ameerun, Founder of Legal IT Professionals and Legal IT Today magazine, Nagib Tharani, International Director at Clio; and Hana Gawlasova, Partner & Head of the Telecoms, Media and Technology Practice of Kinstellar. The debate will be moderated by Howard Chapman from HJChapman Law Office.
There will also be an interactive demonstration of Clio which will take place on Tuesday 22nd October at 09.00 – 10.00 CET where participants to the congress will be able to see the Cloud case management platform in action. The company, now celebrating its fifth anniversary, has grown to over 20,000 users worldwide and according to a recent customer audit is reducing administration time by at least one day per week.
Nagib Tharani, International Director at Clio, comments, “We are delighted to be taking part in the 2013 LawTech Europe Congress. Our debate aims to look at ways in which technology can ease the administrative burden of managing a practice through efficiency, while still complying with an ever-demanding regulatory landscape”
The agenda for the congress is available at http://www.lawtecheuropecongress.com/all-downloads/
For further information about Clio’s services in Europe, please visit www.goclio.eu.