“The G2 report reaffirms Clio’s market dominance as the world’s leading provider of cloud-based legal software and we are extremely proud of our ranking,” said Jack Newton, CEO and Founder of Clio. “Clio’s success stems from our concern to do well with our customers. We focus on simplifying time-consuming and critical legal workflows so lawyers have more time to do what they do best: practice law.

“And we develop our technology with our customers,” continued Jack. “Their contribution has led directly to our expanded product platform which includes integrated credit card and eCheck payment processing, text messaging, desktop document management and our popular Clio for Clients mobile app. We appreciate the thousands of customers who have worked alongside us over the past quarter as we continue to raise the bar for legaltech innovation.”

Clio was first named category leader in spring 2018 with the highest combined score of any law firm management company. Customers rank Clio top for end-to-end solutions, workflow, mobility and customer service. In the fall 2022 ranking, G2 reported:

  • 94% of verified customers think Clio is going in the right direction
  • 93% are satisfied with the quality of support and the ease of doing business
  • 91% of reviews would be likely to recommend Clio’s software.

Recent reviews include verified reviewers and verified current users collected over the past six months:

  • “As a state-of-the-art accounting firm specializing in working with small law firms, we’ve worked with many cloud-based law firm management tools, and Clio is definitely the industry leader in this field.Not only does Clio have the most robust platform out there (backed by the most investors in the field), they regularly improve products and provide high-quality support. ” – Mark K.
  • “Clio provides a “one stop shop” for all of my legal practice management needs, including but not limited to invoicing, generating account statements, running reports, and accepting online payments. I particularly like the invoicing functions and the ability to control the numbering of materials.” – Brady M.
  • We like to use Clio for all of its inclusive features so we can do all of our business on one platform. Emailing invoices every month and recording our time is so easy and efficient with Clio. Clio is super user-friendly. Our whole company has benefited from the switch to Clio. – Emily L.
  • “Clio is a dynamic platform that continues to evolve and meet the changing needs of legal professionals. It’s my legal practice in one place – from agenda to onboarding, secure client portals, billing and payment. I can take my practice anywhere I un m!” – Laura G.

WATCH: Find out what Clio customers had to say in their recent Clio G2 review.

“Our approach is truly unique in this industry,” said Jonathan Watson, technical director of Clio. “We are completely focused on our clients’ success and, by extension, their clients’ experience. Clio’s technology helps lawyers run their practices exactly the way they want, with the support of our client support team. world-class. Seeing Clio lead the G2 Grid further underscores our deeply rooted value that customer success comes first.”

Read more about what real users say about Clio at G2 LPM Software Review Page.

About Clio

Clio is transforming the legal experience for everyone by creating the world’s best cloud-based technologies for law firms, to better connect lawyers and their clients throughout the legal process. Businesses of all sizes and in all areas of practice use Clio products—Clio Manage, Clio Growand Lawaw—to manage business operations, streamline billing and payments, automate legal documents, and improve the customer experience. Following his 250 million US dollars Series D financing, led by TCV and JMI Equity, and its USD 110m A Series E investment, led by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. and OMERS Growth Equity, Clio made history as the world’s first law firm management unicorn. Learn more about clio.com.

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