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Clio’s first-ever all-virtual event drew thousands of participants and a rockstar lineup of speakers, pro trainers, a celebrity chef, and, well, rock stars.
Headliners included civil rights attorney Ben Crump, grit expert Angela Duckworth, and marketing guru Seth Godin. Closers each day were Iron Chef Stephanie Izard, Grammy-winning singer Ben Harper, singer Nathanial Rateliff, and DJ Questlove.
Kicking off the
show conference, Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton revealed key new products and integrations, including a new Clio for Clients app, and a partnership with Google to better integrate Google My Business with the Clio platform.
On the Road host, Laurence Colletti caught up with several speakers, including Newton who discussed Clio’s new distributed workforce approach, key trends, overcoming adversity, and the latest Clio news.
Clio COO George Psiharis shared highlights from the 2020 Legal Trends Report and the three things firms did with cloud technology that put them at an advantage over their competitors. Hint, one of the things successful firms did was to effectively implement e-billing options for clients.
The Legal Trends Report shows that 27% of lawyers still don’t accept electronic payments. Tom West, CEO of AffiniPay, the parent company of LawPay, talked to Colletti about the reluctance and why these firms that use electronic payments and offer payment options fare better than their competitors. He also shared what to expect from online billing in the future.
Legal Innovators CEO and Co-Founder Bryan Parker shared with Colletti why businesses will see more success if they make diversity and inclusion a business imperative, and use data to assure they’re achieving goals.
Listen to the full lineup of On The Road episodes from Clio Cloud 2020 here.
Molly McDonough, a longtime legal affairs journalist, is a producer for the current events show "Legal Talk Today." She also is a media and content strategist with McDonough Media LLC. McDonough previously served as editor and publisher of the ABA’s flagship magazine, the "ABA Journal." She writes about access to justice at "A Just Society."