Home Legal News Lawyaw is now Clio Draft: Company announces rebranding

Lawyaw is now Clio Draft: Company announces rebranding

by HR Law Canada

Clio, a cloud-based legal technology firm, has announced the rebranding of Lawyaw, a company it acquired in 2021, to Clio Draft.

Jack Newton, CEO and Founder of Clio, emphasized the rebranding as a milestone towards consolidating efforts to innovate legal document processes.

“Uniting under the Clio banner gives us a clear focus on delivering value to our customers and sets us up to enhance future capabilities in legal document innovation,” Newton said.

He reaffirmed Clio’s commitment to expanding its services in document automation, highlighting it as a crucial aspect of the company’s multi-product strategy.

Clio Draft, inheriting Lawyaw’s user-friendly interface and innovative features, has been used to draft more than seven million legal documents since the acquisition. It addresses a critical efficiency gap, with law firms reportedly spending about 20% of their time on routine document drafting, it said in a press release.

The platform’s features include document automation, collaborative editing, seamless integration with other Clio products and third-party apps, secure document storage, extensive court form libraries across over 50 jurisdictions, and e-signature capabilities with a secure audit trail.

You may also like

About Us

HR Law Canada is dedicated to covering labour and employment news for lawyers, HR professionals and employers. Published by North Wall Media.