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Lawyers as a profession are pretty bad about using data, but it is extremely powerful. Clio recognizes this fact and
Trust accounting isn’t always easy for lawyers. Here are the basics that all lawyers should know to avoid an ethics complaint.
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Immigration lawyer and Congressional candidate Ruby Powers talks about using the power of the public forum in advocating for clients.
In 2017, Virginia Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics sent a strong opinion about Avvo and other ACMS platforms to the Supreme Court. Read more.
“Emotional Lawyering” – Should lawyers think more critically about responding to their client’s pain points and focusing on their emotional
Solicitation is a serious issue for lawyers. Do you know how to protect your clients or what you must do if it happens to them? Read more.