ProLaw vs. Clio Practice Management Comparison
A comparison of select features of Clio, Elite ProLaw and Zola Suite. Clio is a Canadian practice management software company that relies heavily on integrations with 3rd party applications for many of its features such as accounting. It is cloud-based and offers mobile apps. ProLaw is a division of Canada-based Thompson Reuters. It requires a server install and individual users must run its dated Windows application to access its features. While it has strong billing and accounting features, its matter management and user interface have not been modernized and do not take advantage of advancements in user experience design.
*Certain features are available only on Enterprise and EnterprisePlus plans.
Zola Suite offers efficient and affordable Core migration for both Clio and ProLaw users. Advanced migration includes Matters, Custom Fields, Notes, Contacts, Calendars, Unbilled Time and Expense, Client Balances, Trust Balances and more. Contact our practice management experts for more information.
Comparison last updated 1/6/2021. Clio is a trademark of Themis Solutions Inc. ProLaw is a Trademark of Thompson Reuters Inc.