Clio is a great practice management software, and I highly recommend it.
November 03, 2017

Clio is a great practice management software, and I highly recommend it.

Trevor Casperson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Clio

It is the central software for my practice. It tracks billing, client info, and tasks. I rely on Clio to make my practice of law easier and as I add more professionals they will also use it.
  • Time Management
  • Speed of use
  • Ease of use
  • UI
  • Streamlining
  • Analytics
  • Transparency for clients
  • Time saving
  • Better collections
The law offices I worked at used Amicus Attorney and their own homebrew system created by one of the managing partners. I will focus on Amicus mostly, as the homebrew system is not available to anyone else, though I will note that many things that Clio does right is also done by the homebrew.

Amicus, like Clio, was cloud based and synced with MS office products. The issue with Amicus was that the system was extremely slow. It often took a long time to log into the program and putting in billing took longer than necessary. It did not sync well with Office in my opinion either.

Clio works much faster than Amicus, is responsive and offers the same functionality.
My star rating is based on my use of the new version of Clio which debited in September to a select group of users.

Clio is well suited to law practice management. That is what it is designed to do and it does it well from my use. I have noticed that since I began using the new system, they have addressed many of the issues I once had with the new clio, which is nice.