Category Archives: case management

Clio, Practice Management and Venture Capitalism: size may matter

In the competitive – not to say testosterone-laced – world of legal tech, size generally matters. No surprise then that much of the initial coverage of a massive US$250m investment in the Canadian cloud-based case management provider Clio focused on its sheer extent. It was, proudly announced by a slew of Canadian sources from the website … Continue reading Clio, Practice Management and Venture Capitalism: size may matter

Activists Speaking 6: Alan’s Story – Alan Larkin of Family Law Partners

I am Head of Innovation and Technology at Family Law Partners, a firm of solicitors on the south coast in Brighton. The core team jumped from a large regional firm to open up here in 2011. I have been a family lawyer since I qualified in 1997. My first job was managing the Victims’ Support … Continue reading Activists Speaking 6: Alan’s Story – Alan Larkin of Family Law Partners

Beyond the rhetoric: the practical challenges of implementation of a new case management system

Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) is familiar with change. It has been around for over a century. Despite now receiving no federal Legal Services Corporation funding, it has around 120 employees, more than half of which are lawyers. So, this is a big organisation with a lot of history. For over 20 years, it has … Continue reading Beyond the rhetoric: the practical challenges of implementation of a new case management system