Burnaby’s Clio is taking its eighth annual Clio Cloud Conference virtual this October.

Clio decided to take the conference virtual in an effort to protect the safety and health of attendees, speakers, partners, and employees.

Earlier this year, Clio announced that New York Times bestselling author, marketing innovator, and business leader, Seth Godin will join the 2020 Clio Cloud Conference lineup as a keynote speaker.

Godin has been able to motivate and inspire countless people around the world, and will enlighten conference attendees with actionable insights for legal professionals on how to adapt and thrive as individuals and as businesses.

Last year Clio raised $333 million in the largest growth-stage transaction in Canadian history which made Clio Canada’s newest Unicorn, or Narwhal if you prefer Canadian nomenclature.

A virtual conference of this scale will be a first for the industry, and will provide legal professionals with a platform to reflect on the past year, share their perspectives, and discuss how to transform the practice of law, for good.

“This year’s Clio Cloud Conference is more important than ever. We’ve all experienced significant change and adversity, and it’s crucial for our community to stay connected, share knowledge and engage in important dialogues,” said Jack Newton, CEO and Co-founder of Clio.

“Taking ClioCon virtual will help us to dramatically expand the conference’s reach and bring together legal and tech enthusiasts on a global scale.”

This year’s virtual Clio Cloud Conference will be a connected experience for everyone. Attendees can expect breakout rooms, in-depth Q&A with speakers, curated networking, interactive sessions, workshops, and social events.

2020 conference passes are now available for only $99.