Clio

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 20170314
  • Size: 43.0 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Themis Solutions Inc.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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CLIO
CLOUD-BASED LEGAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

Your legal practice is now available anywhere the internet is – everywhere. With Clio, lawyers can get back to doing what they do best by helping manage the ins and outs of their business. As the leader in cloud-based, legal practice management software, Clio’s tools make short work of time tracking, billing, reporting and more. Features include:

TIME-TRACKING.
Simply ideal for small, solo and medium law firms, you can now track time on your desktop, tablet or even mobile device. It’s accurate, customizable and effortless.

CALENDARS.
Sync your Clio calendar with Google and Outlook and create time entries directly from calendar appointments. You’ll save time, bill more, and never miss another appointment. Well, unintentionally. It’s amazing what you can do if you have the time. Finish that book you’ve been meaning to read, perhaps?

A MOBILE OFFICE.
Thanks to Clio’s app, attorneys today are getting more done faster when they collaborate remotely with their clients. In your office, on vacation or just in the kitchen, you’ll be able to work together with colleagues and clients anywhere in the world.

ACCOUNT INTEGRATION.
Stop wasting time and redundantly bouncing between programs, tracking down files, hours and missing information. Clio seamlessly combines your favourite apps and programs under one roof.

AND MORE!

Please note: A Clio account is required for log in.





3 Comments


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    rsphillips
    iTunes
    Our firm has used Clio for years, and the mobile interface was a decent stopgap when away from my computer, but this iphone app is a huge step forward. The interface design is pleasing, the app is responsive and it's quick to find any matter, contact, or note with a quick search. While a great start, the quick drawer could do with some changes. By default it shows older tasks first, many of which are long term reminders or "waiting for" reminders that don't need immediate action. Seeing the most recently created or better still, being able to specify a time frame such as those due this week would be ideal. Also would love if most recently viewed matters would sync between mobile and the web. Minor complaints aside, this is a great addition to my favorite legal practice management application.
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    BGhows
    iTunes
    My firm uses Clio and the app would have been super useful to record time entries when I am out of the office. However there is a major bug in the product. When the timer is turned on and then saved, the date of the time entry is the previous day. Yes it records the time in the previous day's time entries. This confused me when I was trying to locate time entries. The problem can be replicated on other iPhones. We are in Singapore. I have no idea where Clio's server is. I raised this as a support issue some 2 to 3 months ago and they finally responded by saying that it was a known bug. Clearly not a high priority bug and it effectively makes Clio for iOS useless unless you are always in the same time zone as their server.
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    pacergh
    iTunes
    Even after updates: Entering time is a pain. Takes too long. Web version allows me to put in 1.5 for one and a half hours. This app? I have to use a roller to select 1 hour and then another roller to enter 30. Much less efficient, takes longer, and not as flexible as the web version. (Which also interprets 1h30m to be 1.5 hours, as well as other ways of writing it.) The time thin is indicative of the whole app--it takes too long to do the things you want. Add no recent matter list, no ability to stop a running timer set on the web, no way (that I have found) to edit a timer, plus other issues and this boils down to pretty first step, but the features and implementation are rubbish.

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