The acquisition is Clio’s first since becoming the first law practice management company to achieve unicorn status earlier this year and its second acquisition ever.
“This acquisition is an important one as we continue to help law firms navigate a changing legal landscape,” cofounder and CEO Jack Newton told LawSites.
“There has been a massive increase in the adoption of cloud-based solutions to help legal operations at a firm level, and many hope to see a similar evolution within the court system as well,” Newton continued.
CalendarRules, founded in 2007 as a spin-off from Open Text, says it has over 1,800 rule sets for federal and state courts throughout the United States. Founder Scott Davis will be joining the Clio team as General Manager of CalendarRules.
In 2018, Clio acquired Lexicata, the client intake and relationship management platform, which it developed into its CRM platform Clio Grow.