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Ohio State Bar Association Selects Clio as Exclusive Cloud-based Practice Management Provider(May 17, 2012)
Vancouver, BC and Columbus, OH (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Themis Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce an exclusive affinity arrangement with the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA). This arrangement allows OSBA members to subscribe to Clio, a web-based practice management system designed especially for solo practitioners and small law firms, at discounted rates.
Clio is the leading provider of secure, affordable cloud-based practice management, time & billing and client collaboration tools for small- to mid-sized firms. Because Clio is cloud-based, law firms can securely access their data from any Internet-connected device, be it a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.
At the OSBA, were all about developing services that enhance the professional lives of our members, said OSBA President Carol Seubert Marx. Clio will enable our members to access and manage their practices wherever they are working through a variety of technology platforms. Thats a real advantage in todays fast-paced legal world.
The Ohio State Bar Association, founded in 1880, is a voluntary professional association open to any person who has been admitted to the practice of law. Law school students, paralegal students, law firm administrators and paralegals sponsored by an OSBA attorney member are eligible for membership in the OSBA as associate members.
The OSBA represents more than 26,000 Ohio lawyers and judges, nearly 70 percent of Ohio law practitioners. Its core values are member satisfaction, professionalism, foresight and quality services and products. The Associations goal is to make membership in the Ohio State Bar Association indispensable to Ohio lawyers.
Jack Newton, president of Clio, said, "We are proud the Ohio State Bar Association has selected Clio as a partner to deliver cloud-based practice management to its membership. Bar associations across North America are recognizing the value cloud-based technology delivers to their membership, and were thrilled with the uptake the Clio Association Affinity Program is seeing as a result.
Over 17 bar associations offering Clio as a member benefit, including the Alabama State Bar, Colorado Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, Hawaii State Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, South Carolina Bar, State Bar of Michigan, and State Bar of Texas.
For more information on the Clio Bar Association Affinity Program, please visit http://www.goclio.com/resources/affinity/.
Clio is a comprehensive web-based practice management product specifically designed for solo practitioners and small-to-medium-sized law firms. Clio can be accessed using PCs and Macs as well as mobile devices including iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices.
Secure and easy-to-use, Clio provides case/matter management, time tracking, billing/reporting, client contact and document management, task scheduling, trust accounting, and detailed reporting. In addition, Clio includes Clio Connect, a secure portal for exchanging information and collaborating with clients, and Clio Express, an offline time capture application.
Clio is based in Vancouver, B.C., and was founded by Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau in 2007.
Visit http://www.goclio.com, email info(at)goclio(dot)com, call 1-888-858-2546 or follow on Twitter @goclio.
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