Vancouver, BC & New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Themis Solutions Inc., makers of Clio, the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management platform, today announced an integration with legal services marketplace Lawdingo, streamlining the intake process for clients who submit questions or proposals via Lawdingo.
Small and mid-sized law firms get the benefits of practice management through Clio, managing their practices from intake to invoicing, and the visibility and improved client onboarding that Lawdingo offers. Using Lawdingo, attorneys are able to create a profile, specify which states and legal areas they practice in, and allow potential clients to reach them by offering free consults to requests submitted through the site. This radical approach to choosing an attorney is a hit with both clients and lawyers.
“We think there are no better candidates for our online attorney-client matching service than lawyers who have already made the shift to managing their practice online. With Clio’s Lawdingo integration, Clio members can now grow their practice online too,” said Nikhil Nirmel, Lawdingo founder and CEO.
Law firms can take full advantage of linking Lawdingo directly with Clio to:
“Clio and Lawdingo are a natural fit as two innovators in the legal technology sector,” said Jack Newton, Clio co-founder and CEO. “We’re pleased to be able to offer an integration that will promote efficiency for lawyers and clients alike.”
Clio is a comprehensive web-based practice management product specifically designed for solo practitioners and small-to-medium-sized law firms. Clio can be accessed using PCs and Macs as well as mobile devices including iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices. Secure and easy-to-use, Clio provides case/matter management, time tracking, billing/reporting, client contact and document management, task scheduling, trust accounting, and detailed reporting. In addition, Clio includes Clio Connect, a secure portal for exchanging information and collaborating with clients, and Clio Express, an offline time capture application. Clio is based in Burnaby, BC, and was founded by Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau in 2007. Visit http://www.goclio.com, email info(at)goclio(dot)com, call 1-888-858-2546 or follow on Twitter @goclio