That’s the slogan for Clio’s upcoming first annual “Cloud Conference” (#ClioCloud9), being held this fall in Chicago, September 23rd and 24th.
Dubbed as “two days of engaging keynote presentations and interactive sessions on technology for the legal industry”, this looks like it’ll be a fantastic opportunity for legal industry folks to learn more about Clio’s law practice management software (through the conference’s Clio University track) and to hear from a great group of speakers on topics ranging from virtual practice, to mobile & paperless law offices, social media and online marketing, cloud ethics and the future of law.
Delegates will learn how to maximize their use of Clio with its integrations, such as NetDocuments, Quickbooks, Xero, Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox. Both days also include “unconference” sessions, which look like a ton of fun. Check out the agenda for all the details.
Whether you’re currently a Clio user or not, you’ll probably recognize some of the conference speakers:
- Jack Newton, Clio’s co-founder and CEO
- Bob Ambrogi, lawyer, journalist, media consultant, and author of the LawSites blog
- Andy Daws, Vice President North America – Riverview Law
- Ed Walters, CEO and co-founder of Fastcase
- Chad Burton, founding attorney of Burton Law, a virtual law firm
- Doug Edmunds, Assistant Dean for IT at UNC School of Law
- Matt Homann, Founder of LexThink
- Joshua Lenon, Clio’s Director of Communications and Outreach
- Gwynne Monahan, Clio’s Communications Manager and Editor of Small Firm Innovation
- Marriott Murdock, Marketing Director at NetDocuments