As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve, some things haven’t changed: Clients need their lawyers, some now more than ever.

Burnaby’s Clio wants to ensure that whatever barriers lawyers are facing during this time, they’re able to continue to provide that service while taking responsible, precautionary measures to keep yourself and your communities safe.

As part of their disaster relief program, Clio has committed $1 million to help law firms navigate the difficulties that lie ahead.

“While much of what lies ahead is uncharted territory, this remains clear: we need to undertake a swift and massive transformation of the legal industry, and compress change that would have transpired over the course of years into change that needs to happen over a course of weeks”, Jack Newton, Clio CEO and Co-founder wrote today.

“If your firm needs to figure out how to maintain business continuity or collaborate across a newly-remote workforce while still providing quality services to your clients, we’ll help you navigate that”.

“If you are a legal organization or charity providing mental health support during this stressful time, we want to assist”.

“If you are part of the legal community and have expertise to share or are looking for best practices from an industry leader, we want to help bridge that connection”.

Clio’s mission is to transform the practice of law, for good. And what better time than now.

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