Clio announce attendance at the British Legal Technology Forum

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29 February 2016


Clio 200Clio is proud to announce its attendance at this years’ British Legal Technology Forum, Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition.

Legal professionals can find Clio at stand A21 where they’ll show you how to use the world’s leading legal practice management solution, answer any questions you may have, and help you evaluate what are the best technology solutions for your firm’s needs.

Derek Fitzpatrick, Clio’s general manager for the EMEA region, had this to say “The British Legal Technology Forum, is a must attend event for us as we seek to show UK users why Clio has become the legal practice management solution of choice for over 40,000 law firms in over 50 countries.”

With over 1,200 visitors from the world of law and legal technology expected to attend, the forum will bring together the most respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology sectors to examine and explore the systems, strategies, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.

The British Legal Technology Forum takes place on Tuesday 8th March 2016 at the Old Billingsgate, London.

 



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