Jack Newton, the cofounder and CEO of practice management company Clio, describes his vision for the company as becoming the operating system of law — a point he reiterated yesterday during his keynote that opened the Clio Cloud Conference in San Diego.

To that end, Clio has steadily been expanding the number of companies whose products integrate with its platform. These integrations allow Clio and third-party products to work together in various ways, helping lawyers save time and gain efficiency.

Today at its conference, Clio announced 35 new integration partners, bringing the total to almost 200. All can be found within the Clio App Directory.

“Much like you can customize your smartphone with a number of products and services that work together, Clio provides a platform to integrate all of the legal technologies that help law firms improve their client services and firm productivity,” Newton said.

The new integrations are:

  • AppearMe. Hire appearance attorneys specializing in a variety of practice areas and cases in less than a minute.
  • AutoRequest. Complete the medical record and bill request process in a few simple steps.
  • Auto Recovery Cost. Import information stored in cost recovery software like PCS Director, Print Audit, and Equitrac directly into Clio automatically.
  • Business Health Scorecard. Get an information-rich snapshot of key performance indicators to better understand how to become more profitable.
  • Casetext. Use a brief or complaint from one of your matters in Clio to find highly relevant, tailored search results using Casetext’s CARA A.I. technology.
  • Contract Workbench by Lawgood. Draft contracts and customize clause language using crowdsourced market positions in just minutes.
  • Community.lawyer. Build custom client intakes and document automations and securely send data to and from Clio into documents, emails, and more.
  • Corvum. Autodial your clients right from your Contacts page in Clio Manage and easily take notes and associate the call with a matter when the call ends.
  • Edex Mail. Upload any document to be mailed via USPS and receive Proof of Service for no additional cost—includes simple, online sign-up and per transaction charges.
  • ElderDocx. Draft customized plans for clients quickly, easily, and accurately via ElderCounsel’s signature document-drafting system: ElderDocx.
  • Expedite.legal. Find and schedule last-minute litigation support services—day or night—by capitalizing on the team available in your immediate vicinity.
  • EZAutomate. Autogenerate documents, auto-email customers, and connect to state-specific eFiling systems.
  • Fastcase BK. Fill and file bankruptcy forms using Fastcase BK and save documents to the appropriate matters in Clio, all while tracking your time.
  • Faster Time. Track all your activity and automatically correlate it back to the appropriate client and matter.
  • firmTRAK. Produce easy-to-use dashboards with user-defined variables and optimized data to better manage KPIs vital to firm growth.
  • Fidu Legal. Create, sign, and store standardized documents and agreements using this client-facing information portal you can brand with your firm’s logo.
  • Firmbook. Create new client entries, time and billing entries, and new invoices in Clio and Lawpay each time you schedule a new client.
  • FirmFeedback. Send NPS surveys and request feedback with one click after closing every matter.
  • Founded. Automate legal tasks like incorporating, ongoing company compliance, government filings, legal agreements, and more.
  • Koalaform. Turn PDF forms into simple online questionnaires that you can share with clients. Answers are automatically populated into the PDF forms and saved for future use.
  • InfraWare Dictation. Dictate your work and have it seamlessly transcribed and synced to Clio.
  • Jive. See caller information for both inbound and outbound calls and automatically log the phone calls as billable activities against matters using VoIP technology.
  • LexBlog. Reach over 20,000 legal-minded professionals by blogging on a WordPress-based solution optimized for lawyers passionate about legal insights and commentary.
  • MagicTime. Capture every billable minute accurately and automatically using AI to file timesheet in just a few clicks.
  • Nextiva. Call clients from your desktop or mobile app and sync those calls to Clio with Nextiva’s business VoIP service.
  • Privilege.law. Communicate with mobile-first clients through this secure iPhone/Android app and never hand out your cell phone number again.
  • PwC InsightsOfficer. Integrate your financial and practice management software to unlock automated bookkeeping and accounting insights.
  • Ross Intelligence. Use AI to complete legal research easily and quickly.
  • Scrive. E-Sign and manage your documents from anywhere, on any device.
  • Sonar. Identify individuals seeking legal services immediately through an automated search of thousands of records and reports from multiple online and offline public and private data sources.
  • Tracers. Find persons of interest, locate witnesses, and uncover evidence restricted in public searches using Tracers’s bank of public records and investigative data that span over 23 years.
  • TrialLine. Create, filter, and share visual timelines of your cases for use in strategy sessions, mediation, or courtroom presentations.
  • WebMerge. Upload, merge, and deliver smart documents using data from your matters and contacts in Clio.
  • WiseTime. Capture your activity and collate it in a private timeline that can be reviewed and synced to a matter in Clio with no manual tracking or start-stop timers.
  • Xerox Connect for Clio. Digitize hard-copy case files and other legal documents and browse and print files from your Clio account.
  • ZorroSign. Complete eSign documents, build workflows, request signatures, and automate approval processes using patented technology that’s highly secure, legally binding, and fully compliant.

See all of the products that integrate with Clio in the Clio App Directory.

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Bob is a lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster. In 2011, he was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” Earlier in his career, he was editor-in-chief of several legal publications, including The National Law Journal, and editorial director of ALM’s Litigation Services Division.