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Clio Cloud Conference: Bob Ambrogi Interviews Jack Newton, CEO of Clio

Lawyer 2 Lawyer host Bob Ambrogi interviews Clio CEO Jack Newton at the Clio Cloud Conference in Chicago. They discuss the history of Clio as a company and the purpose of the Clio Cloud Conference, the attitude of lawyers towards practice management and cloud computing, and why there is such a low adoption rate. Newton explains current and future Clio features including integrations, mobile management apps, and the roll out of ClioNext, the newest iteration of the application. Jack Newton, co founder and CEO of Clio, launched the Clio Cloud Conference to bring legal professionals together to discuss thought leadership, the future of legal as a business, and where legal technology is going.

 

 

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Clio Cloud Conference: Omar Ha-Redeye on Social Media Affecting Legal Cases

New Solo host Adriana Linares interviews Omar Ha-Redeye about his experience at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Ha-Redeye discusses being a Canadian lawyer, how social media can negatively affect legal cases through false evidence or jury tampering, and how he uses Clio differently within his company. Omar Ha-Redeye founded Fleet Street Law, an incubator that provides strategic support mentoring for young lawyers who want to build up their skill sets.

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Clio Cloud Conference: Nicole Bradick on Agile Lawyering

New Solo host Adriana Linares interviews Nicole Bradick about trends for staffing in firms during the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Bradick explains that more than half of law firms are using or thinking about using a contingent workforce in order to best meet their clients’ needs while still turning a profit. Nicole Bradick is the founder and CEO of Custom Counsel, a network of freelance attorneys who do project based work for law firms.

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Clio Cloud Conference: Nerino Petro on Protecting Digital Assets

New Solo host Adriana Linares interviews Nerino Petro about his speech at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Petro discusses protecting digital assets, what can be learned from recent digital breaches, the diversity of security breaches over time, and why lawyers should be concerned. Nerino Petro was the Practice Management Advisor for the Wisconsin State Bar for eight years and recently became the Chief Information Officer for Holmstrom & Kennedy, P.C.

 

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Clio Cloud Conference: Lawyer Technology Competence with Catherine Sanders Reach

At the Clio Cloud Conference, Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews legal technology expert Catherine Sanders Reach about technology awareness for lawyers. She explains that the ABA competence rule now expressly includes technology. Many attorneys have remained willfully ignorant of technologies such as e filing, e-discovery, and email security, but will need to change in order to stay in compliance with new regulations. Reach is the director of law practice management technology for the  Chicago Bar Association and was the director at the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center for over 10 years.

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Clio Cloud Conference: Law Firm Ownership Deregulation with George Beaton

Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews consultant George Beaton about how client buying behavior was affected by the deregulation of ownership of law firms in Australia. Beaton discusses conflicts of interest, access to justice, client satisfaction, and the range of services under an outside ownership model for a law firm. Additionally, he talks about professionalism in the legal field and the role of an oversight model such as a Bar Association. Dr. George Beaton is a partner in Beaton Capital, an associate professor at the University of Melbourne, and authored NewLaw New Rules, a ground-breaking narrative on the changes sweeping the legal services industry.

 

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Clio Cloud Conference: Jabez LeBret on Digital Marketing for Law Firms

Legal Talk Network Producer Laurence Colletti interviews Jabez LeBret, one of the speakers at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. LeBret gives insights into what lawyers need for an online presence without crossing ethical boundaries, how much time a small firm should invest in marketing, and being a thought leader within your product and field. It is important to have a good website and write information for clients, not other lawyers. Jabez LeBret is a business writer for Forbes, an international technology expert, co-author of the best-selling legal professional book Online Law Practice Strategies, and founder of the agency GNGF.

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Clio Cloud Conference: Ernest Svenson (Ernie the Attorney) on Going Paperless

New Solo host Adriana Linares interviews Ernest Svenson about his speech and his experience at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Svenson explains how lawyers become more efficient when they go paperless and ways to start managing digital files without needing a consultant. Ernest Svenson founded PaperlessChase.com to help lawyers with practice management and runs his own paperless solo practice.

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Clio Cloud Conference: David Lat Discusses Lawyers and Social Media

Lawyer 2 Lawyer host Bob Ambrogi interviews David Lat, founder and editing manager of Above the Law, at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Lat talks about different social media platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube), how lawyers can use each to enhance their practice, and ways social media is being misused by lawyers. He also discusses creating a successful blog by finding a niche and building awareness. A previous federal prosecutor, David Lat founded Above the Law and his writing has appeared in additional high profile publications such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and others.

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Clio Cloud Conference: Cindy Cohn on the NSA and Data Collection

awyer 2 Lawyer host Bob Ambrogi interviews Cindy Cohn about her keynote address speech at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference. Cohn discusses how government data collection is all encompassing, why it goes against the First and Fourth Amendments, and security implications for lawyers using cloud computing and communicating with their clients. In order to combat the NSA, Cohn explains, we need to build a movement of corporations and individuals fighting for a world in which we can have a private conversation. Cindy Cohn is the Legal Director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit working across the board to bring American’s constitutional and legal rights into the digital age.

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