Finalists For The 2021 $100,000 Launch//Code Developer Contest Revealed

Today, Cilo is announcing this year’s Launch//Code Developer Contest finalists who will soon compete for the $100,000 grand prize at the annual Clio Cloud Conference

The finalists include: 

  1. Candle: A personal injury suite that automates medical record retrieval, simplifies billing, and automates personal injury tasks and reminders.
  2. Fidu: A client document platform that builds, systematizes, and delivers fixed-fee and subscription legal services to help law firms scale their business. 
  3. LawDroid Builder: An automation platform that allows law firms to easily intake clients, automate documents, and build scalable tools to support your law firm. 
  4. Levitate: Marketing software designed to help legal professionals drive relationship-based business by staying in touch with their clients.
  5. TrustBooks: Legal accounting software that helps legal professionals easily manage accounting needs. 

What is the Launch//Code Developer Contest?

  • The contest fosters a new class of breakthrough additions to Clio’s App Directory, designed to pair with Clio Manage’s robust end-to-end solution, and help meet the unique needs of individual law firms or niche requirements of particular practice areas.
  • Contestants and judges from across North America will gather virtually to declare this year’s winning app and celebrate the bright future of legaltech.
  • Finalists will present a seven-minute pitch on their app’s innovation, impact, and business potential to an all-star panel of industry experts. 

Who won last year?

  • At the 2020 Clio Cloud Conference, Documate was announced as the winner and brought home the $100,000 grand prize. Documate is a secure and easy-to-use document automation platform that cuts drafting time by 90%, enabling law firms to turn templates into workflows that populate client data into forms. 

You can learn more about the finalists here.

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