Clio is a suite of web-based tools that helps law firms in practice management and client collaboration.
Clio's practice management system is specifically designed for solo practitioners and small law firms. Your important client data is securely accessible anywhere from your PC, your Mac, and even your iPhone.
Clio was founded in Oct 1, 2008 by Jack Newton & Rian Gauvreau. The company is based in Vancouver, British Columbia with additional offices in Calgary, AB; Santa Monica, CA and Dublin, Ireland.
Clio enables lawyers to be more client-centered and has earned the most 5 star reviews, the approval of over 65 bar associations and law societies around the world, and a global customers base of 150,000.
Clio was the first to bring cloud-based legal practice management software to market, and has been leading the industry since 2008 with the first client-centered suite of cloud-based law firm solutions, the Legal Trends Report, and the Clio Cloud Conference, which is now the most widely attended legal tech conference in the industry.
Clio is the only provider truly invested in the success of you and your clients. Clio’s team of client and firm success specialists combine their expertise on the Legal Trends Report, with their knowledge of Clio’s leading cloud-based legal practice management, CRM and client intake software to help lawyers run results-driven law firms using real time insights.
Clio is backed by leading investors including TCV, JMI Equity, Bessemer Venture Partners, Point Nine Capital, & Acton Capital Partners among others. The company raised a whooping $250M in its latest "Series D" round of funding on Sep 4, 2019. This brings Clio's total funding to $276M to-date.
Clio has received many accolades for its employee benefits and leadership training programs, including being named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, a Deloitte Fast 50 company, and one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers.