Clio CEO and author Jack Newton discusses why lawyers have to adapt and what it means to have a client-centered law firm in 2020 and beyond.
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Jack Newton is the CEO and co-founder of Clio, a pioneer in cloud-based legal technology. Newton has spearheaded efforts to educate the legal community on the security, ethics, and privacy issues surrounding cloud computing and has become a nationally recognized author and speaker on these topics. He co-founded and is president of the Legal Cloud Computing Association (LCCA), a consortium of leading cloud computing providers with a mandate to help accelerate cloud computing adoption in the legal industry.
He is the author of The Client-Centered Law Firm, a bestselling book to help law firms thrive in an experience-driven era. He is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, sits on the board of AI-powered legal research provider ROSS Intelligence, and is an investor and advisor to early-stage legal tech startups.
Newton hosts Daily Matters, a podcast dedicated to hearing from legal professionals, industry leaders, and subject-matter experts about the future of law.
Last updated June 28th, 2022