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About Jack Newton

Jack Newton is co-founder and President of Clio, a leading provider of cloud-based practice management software. Jack writes frequently on the security, ethical, and practical aspects of cloud computing, and has spoken at CLE seminars across Canada and the U.S. about how practice management systems can be used to help a lawyer practice efficiently, ethically and competently. Jack can be reached at

Posts by Jack Newton

The Internet’s Most Hated Lawyer

Understanding the LinkedIn Security Breach

Inside LegalZoom’s S-1 IPO Filing

The Trade Politics of Cloud Computing

The Cloud Descends on ABA TECHSHOW 2012

LSBC Issues Final Report on Cloud Computing

SOPA: What’s All the Fuss About?

Mapping the Cloudscape

Survey: Apple in Law Offices

Secure Your Dropbox Data With SecretSync

Securing Your Apple Devices

Thoughts on Time Management

A Step Closer to Killing the Fax Machine

RIM: Is Amateur Hour Over?

Is Your Data Safer in the Cloud?

AeroFS: A Viable Dropbox Alternative for Lawyers?

Are E-Mail’s Days Numbered?

Google Bets on Disrupting the Legal Market

Google’s $12.5B Patent Insurance Policy

Patently Absurd