Clio is pleased to announce a newly designed Small Firm Innovation, its award-winning blog written by and for lawyers. Small Firm Innovation, sponsored by Clio, delivers first-person insights and advice to solo and small-firm lawyers from leading experts and experienced colleagues on the business realities of running a law practice. The site exclusively emphasizes practical solutions for real-world challenges. Its reliance on first-person accounts of small firm success creates an atmosphere for a dynamic exchange of ready-to-implement ideas.
“We’re proud that Small Firm Innovation has become an important, award-winning resource for solos and small firms in the short time since it launched in June of 2011. Together with the team at Stem Legal, we’re thrilled to launch a new visual design for Small Firm Innovation that helps the amazing content on the site stand out,” said Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton.
Small Firm Innovation focuses on the business aspect of running a law practice, and the nitty gritty of what has made a solo and small firm practice a success. With over 40 Contributors, ranging from the well known, successful solo and small firm lawyers to first time solo and small firm lawyers and newly-graduated lawyers, Small Firm Innovation offers lawyers insight into starting and running a successful law practice.
Small Firm Innovation Contributors include leading legal-industry notables, including:
Brian M. Mekdsy
Susan Cartier Liebel
Victor J. Medina
Robert J. Ambrogi
Christopher G. Hill
Mark C. Metzger