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- Date. October 13–16, 2020.
- Location. Online
- Price. $299 is the regular price, early registration discounts available.
- Website. https://cliocloudconference.com/
What to Expect at the Clio Cloud Conference
The Clio Cloud Conference is a multi-day immersion in legal technology with big-name keynote speakers to sweeten the deal. Subject-matter tracks include:
If you use Clio, it’s a no-brainer. Clio is bringing it to life this year virtually, but there’s no doubt the energy and excitement you’ve come to expect will be found if you attend. They’ll be using breakout rooms and other tools tom help you get the customized experience and keep up the engagement.
The whole point is to take good care of Clio users (which is why your ticket is worth more than the price of admission). You’ll learn a ton, and the conference will probably pay for itself over again when you get back to your office and apply what you learned.
If you don’t use Clio but are considering it, the Clio Cloud Conference is also a great idea. If you decide to use Clio, you will get a big head start. If you decide not to, you won’t have any doubts because you will have seen it, tried it, and talked with other lawyers who use it every day. And you will still learn a lot and take home a bunch of ideas inspired by the keynotes.
If you don’t use Clio and don’t want to, the Clio Cloud Conference is less obviously compelling. But you’ll still get inspired by the keynotes, learn lots in the breakout sessions, and have a great time at the after-hours events. Even if you aren’t a Clio user, you won’t be disappointed if you go.
Tips for First-Time Attendees
Here are three tips for getting the most out of your first Clio Cloud Conference:
- If you don’t use Clio, don’t worry. You’ll still get a lot out of all three tracks. There’s a lot to learn from the keynotes and other sessions even if you’re not yet a Clio user. This year’s tracks will benefit firms looking for advice on navigating the times ahead, and that means insight from legal professionals as well as psychologists, business, and marketing visionaries.
- If you do use Clio, bring your problems and questions. Clio developers are usually involved in the event to help accept feedback! They can help you solve problems on the spot, but they are also looking for opportunities to cure users’ pain points. By the end of the conference, Jack will probably announce updates the team has made during the conference in response to user feedback.
- Come ready to take notes and screenshots. There’s a lot of material covered, so you’ll want to make sure you’re carved time out of your schedule.