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Published: February 11, 2019
Podcast: Matters: A podcast from Clio
Category: Best Legal Practices
Podcast
Matters: A podcast from Clio
Matters: A podcast from Clio

In the practice of law, small changes can have a big impact. Each episode of Matters features legal professionals and subject matter experts focusing on one topic that transformed their firms.

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