Venturing on a journey as a law clerk opens the door to the heart of the legal world. This blog unpacks what it means to be a law clerk, sharing the ins and outs of the job and offering a roadmap for anyone eyeing this path. We’ll dive into their responsibilities and share tips on

If an attorney conducts any form of civil or criminal litigation in U.S. courts, they will be dealing with motions filed in court. While arguing the motions before the judge may be more dramatic and made-for-TV, the actual writing of the motions is likely more important. This means that the ability to write a motion

Since 2016, legal experts have turned to Clio’s yearly Legal Trends Report for an unbiased and thorough examination of trends in the legal field. 
As the most comprehensive analysis of the legal industry, the Legal Trends Report consolidates vital information on law firm performance while illuminating the influential factors driving changes in legal practice. 

With the advent of technology in the legal industry, forward-thinking trial lawyers are getting ahead and practicing more efficiently and effectively in the office, while working remotely, and even in court. With the right technology tools in your corner, missed deadlines and lost notes become a thing of the past, and you’re able to focus

For most businesses of any substantial size, the general ledger acts as the backbone of the company’s accounting system. This is certainly true for legal practices, which rely on general ledger accounting to perform essential requirements specific to the legal industry. Accordingly, law firms must be able to maintain their general ledgers and perform all

From selecting a restaurant to planning a trip, consumers often rely on the experiences of those around them to inform their decisions. The process of searching for a lawyer is no different. In today’s digital age, lawyer review sites play a vital role in offering insights and perspectives that significantly impact a client’s decision-making process.

Over the past year, artificial intelligence (AI) has come to play a crucial role in many lives and professions. Those using the technology place significant trust in AI platforms—yet many of us don’t question where our large language models (LLMs) are getting the information they rely on to help us create AI-generated work products or

Email is central to any legal professional’s day. Whether corresponding with colleagues, communicating with clients, or staying up-to-date with court notifications, lawyers’ email inboxes are brimming with a near-constant stream of messages—it can be seriously overwhelming.
While the sheer volume of emails that lawyers juggle daily is stressful in itself, the consequences of ineffective email

As we bid farewell to another remarkable year, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the events that have shaped Clio’s journey in 2023. From the introduction of our new suite of personal injury features to the publication of our best-ever Legal Trends Report, we’ve continued to push the boundaries of legaltech to enable legal

Reconciliation in accounting—the process of comparing sets of records to check that they’re correct and in agreement—is essential for ensuring the accuracy of financial records for all kinds of businesses. For the legal profession, however, regular, effective reconciliation in accounting is key to maintaining both financial accuracy and legal compliance—especially when managing trust accounts.

It’s a classic challenge: Legal clients want options when it comes to paying their legal bills, and law firms want to get paid. Fortunately, alternative payment methods like recurring payments can help everyone meet their needs. 
By offering recurring payment plans, law firms make it more manageable for clients to pay their legal bills in