The Institute of Legal Finance and Management joins Clio’s Partnership Program

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3 February 2016


Clio 200Clio has welcomed the Institute of Legal Finance & Management (ILFM) to the Clio Partnership Program. This partnership allows the Institute’s members to subscribe to Clio at a discounted rate. They join over almost 50 state, practice area and bar associations internationally who currently offer Clio as a member benefit.

“We’re delighted to be offering Clio as a member benefit to the ILFM, as we begin our expansion into the United Kingdom,” said Derek Fitzpatrick, Clio’s general manager for EMEA.

“Clio’s powerful practice management platform helps lawyers mobilise and modernise their practice through the benefits of cloud-computing, and now the ILFM’s almost 2200 members have an extra reason to subscribe.”

Tim Kidd, CEO of the ILFM said “we have recently built more relationships with several suppliers and organisations.  It’s always our aim to add value and one way we can do this is by negotiating discounts with a broad range of suppliers for our members. We are pleased that Clio now offer our members a discounted rate.”

The ILFM is the non-profit professional body dedicated to the education, support and promotion of excellence for specialist financial and administrative personnel working within the legal community. Membership is open to everyone who has a professional interest in legal accounting, management and compliance.

Clio is the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management software, providing time, billing and client collaboration tools for over 40,000 small and mid-sized law firms in over 50 countries.

Web-enabled, mobile-friendly, and built specifically for the legal profession, Clio delivers all the tools modern law firms need to run a successful practice.

For more information on the Institute of Legal Finance & Management: www.ilfm.org.uk



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