Free webinar: Agile for Law Firms

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26 January 2016


Clio_LogoSome of the world’s most innovative companies such as Google, Facebook and Spotify have used the Agile method to revamp their entire workflow process, and place a focus on customers, responsiveness and collaboration.

Now Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management system, are going to show you how to apply it to your law firm.

Since it was first published in 2001, the Agile methodology has radically changed how companies work. Agile has helped teams excel in rapidly changing environments, while producing amazing results.

It has driven the success of the world’s most successful companies. Law firms, in particular, can benefit greatly by adopting this method to their case and client management.

Join Clio’s CEO, Jack Newton, and John E. Grant, lawyer and founder of AgileAttorney.net, as they explore how lawyers can succeed at applying Agile to their firms. In this free, hour-long webinar, you will learn about:

  • what an Agile workflow looks like;
  • practices that lawyers should use when adopting Agile approaches;
  • tools for getting the most out of Agile; and
  • how Agile can help both clients and lawyers obtain better outcomes.

RSVP now for Agile for Law Firms, taking place on Tuesday 26th January at 7pm GMT.



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