Clio Free Webinar: The Art of Legal Research

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12 April 2016


Clio 200Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management system, present a free hour long webinar on how lawyers can optimise their legal research.

Legal research is a critical and time-consuming process requiring hours of work and attention. The growth of online research resources and tools has helped to ease these stresses but has brought about a new set of problems.

How do you choose between the multitude of available research engines while balancing costs, diligence, and time? The answer is to craft a thorough and thoughtful research plan.

Join Clio Lawyer in Residence, Joshua Lennon, as he shows you how to take your legal research to the next level.

In this free webinar you will learn:

  • Effective use of local and state resources
  • Modern search engines and how they are changing research
  • Academic publishing’s value for law firms
  • Tools that will enable attorneys to complete research with ease

RSVP now for The Art of Legal Research, taking place on Tuesday 19th April at 6pm GMT.



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