ABA, Clio partner to offer hotline for lawyers’ COVID, stimulus questions

The American Bar Association is partnering with legal technology services and practice management software provider Clio to offer a toll-free hotline to answer practice-related questions from attorneys regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lawyers may call the hotline — 888-484-2685 — that will be monitored by Clio and attorneys from the ABA Innovation Center. The hotline also will field questions about accessing and implementing federal stimulus funds, according to the ABA. The hotline is available to all legal professions from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Eastern Time.

“The resources and services of the ABA and Clio complement each other well and will help lawyers navigate through this pandemic and position themselves for the future,” ABA executive director Jack Rives said.

As part of its partnership with Clio announced Wednesday, the ABA also is offering a free one-year membership to existing Clio customers. The membership also includes membership in the ABA Law Practice Division, Solo and Small Firms and General Practice Divisions.

More information about the ABA’s partnership with Clio is available here. 

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