Tag Archives: Clio

Clio’s 1st Cloud Conference

Whether you’re an experienced cloud computer, or you’re wondering what “the cloud” is, Clio‘s going to help. Today, Clio will announce it’s inaugural Clio Cloud Conference in Chicago. Here’s an except from the press release: Clio, the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management platform announced its inaugural Clio Cloud Conference, to be held September 23 and…

March Sponsor: Clio

This month you’ll notice a change on the site, particularly when you’re looking at the advertising. I’m pleased to announce that Clio has agreed to sponsor The Droid Lawyer for the month of March, and I’m happy to recommend the product. When I was a lawyer Padawan, I got hooked on Clio as a viable and reliable…

And There Goes Your 4th Amendment

On most occasions, you won’t find me quickly clamoring to discuss the intricacies of Constitutional law, except to say, “we have a Constitution and it means what it says.” Well, usually. Unless it gets weirdly interpreted by the US Supreme Court or substantially undermined by Congressional legislation or “Executive Orders.” Such is the case with this post at Wired.com: Congress,…