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Jack Newton, the CEO of Clio, opened the 2018 Clio Cloud Conference with a thoughtful keynote and a call to action: experience. He called for lawyers to start thinking about the experience their clients are having, promised to continue improving the lawyer’s experience in using the Clio software, and most relevantly, urged attendees at Clio Cloud to make the experience their own.
Check out our interview with Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau after the keynote:
“We are ushering in what we’re describing as this post-practice management era of technology for legal. We think that future is going to be focused around the client experience.” #legaltech #cliocloud9 https://t.co/uXnqzgSKPz pic.twitter.com/K7iRZDh6mQ
— Legal Talk Network (@LegalTalkNet) October 8, 2018
Legal Talk Network brought four of our team to the experience, including CEO Adam Camras, Executive Producer Laurence Colletti, Marketing Manager Kelsey Johnson, and Marketing Coordinator Sam Cole. Our team bonded with the many hosts and guests on our network, often spontaneously creating new marketing and content ideas. We were intermittently able to sneak away from recordings to see the incredible keynote speakers and Launch/Code contest and even took some man/woman on the street interviews with Jared Correia. And we had some fun too.
This year at the Clio Cloud Conference, we added a new spin to our coverage. We checked in with Bernadette Hilgeman, a Clio user, law firm owner, and first time conference attendee! Stay tuned for a unique perspective, not from speakers or Clio staff, but from a lawyer at the other end of the tunnel.
Obviously, we still recorded tons of great interviews from speakers and experts. In case you missed a session or couldn’t make it to the event at all, we grabbed some quick recaps to help you catch up.
Kelsey heads up Legal Talk Network's marketing team. She blogs, tweets, Facebooks, connects with people on LinkedIn, publishes tons of podcasts and listens to even more.