Free webinar: The shift to mobile legal services

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12 October 2016


Clio 200Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management system, presents a free hour long webinar showing you how to build mobile solutions into your law practice.

This shift to mobile services is already disrupting the way legal services operate. Law firms are being challenged to get more done in a secure manner, to maximise billable hours, and to get people what they need when they need it. While mobile technology is increasing the demands on lawyers, technology also offers a means to practice more efficiently.

90% of lawyers already report using a smartphone for law-related tasks while away from their office. However, only 7% use their mobile phone to track time and billing, potentially losing billable hours. Worse, many law firms do not take basic precautions in securing their smartphones and data accessed over mobile devices. This hour-long webinar explores:

  • Ethics to keep in mind when accessing client data in public
  • How to setup your mobile phone for secure access
  • What apps to choose for legal practice, including a sneak peak at Clio’s new app
  • How to protect yourself and your clients while practicing on the go

RSVP now for the shift to mobile legal services, taking place on Tuesday, October 18 at 6pm GMT.



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