Generating invoices, tracking down missing files, and calculating billable hours all take time away from what attorneys should be doing, which is working to find resolutions for their clients. Clio is an efficiency application that saves lawyers time by implementing smarter workflows into their offices.
Although Clio offers a number of tools intended to help law offices improve organization and efficiency, it’s the platform’s tracking and billing features that really stand out. When you start using Clio, you’re able to instantly track the time you spend working on client matters from any connected desktop, tablet, or mobile device. Associate those hours with specific matters, and then generate client bills based on the data you’ve collected. Clio’s invoices look professional, and they include all the pertinent information that your clients need to see.
Clio also offers an integrated scheduling system that lawyers can use to quickly create calendar entries and view daily, weekly, or even monthly appointments at a glance. By associating calendar entries with legal matters, attorneys can easily generate bills with minimal manual entry. The web-based application also offers collaboration tools that lawyers can use to securely work together and share files with their clients through integrations with popular apps like Dropbox, Google Apps, and Box.
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