Innovative Partnership Between Amii and Clio to Drive AI Advancements in Legal Technology

Amii is proud to announce a partnership with Clio, the world's leading provider of cloud-based legal technology. By uniting Amii’s world-class AI expertise with Clio's leading legal technology platform, the partnership highlights a shared commitment to innovation and excellence in legal tech.

Its first project focuses on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of various models within the current platform and enhancing the user experience through personalized AI-driven workflows.

This collaboration represents a convergence of our mutual dedication to pushing boundaries in technology.

Cam Linke, CEO, Amii

“Amii is excited to partner with Clio, a notable trailblazer in legal technology, on a project that will significantly expand the applications of AI in law,” stated Cam Linke, Amii CEO. “This collaboration represents a convergence of our mutual dedication to pushing boundaries in technology. By combining our AI research capabilities with Clio’s industry-leading platform, we are set to achieve substantial advancements in how legal services are delivered, aiming to enhance both the practitioner's and client's experience.”

"This partnership marks a significant step forward in our AI initiatives," stated Jonathan Watson, Chief Technology Officer at Clio. "We’re excited to integrate AI in a way that optimizes legal processes, making advanced technology a seamless and valuable tool for law professionals everywhere. At Clio, our goal extends beyond advancing technological boundaries. We are dedicated to applying sophisticated AI solutions to create tangible benefits that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of legal practice."

The collaboration drives technological innovation while evoking Clio’s roots in Edmonton. Now headquartered in BC, Clio was originally founded in Edmonton, Alberta in 2008. Personal ties further enrich these connections, as Clio's CEO, Jack Newton, pursued his master’s degree in ML under Amii Fellow & Canada CIFAR AI Chair Russ Griener.

Jack Newton, Clio CEO, presenting his keynote at Upper Bound. Photo credit: Ampersand Grey

Newton emphasized this lineage in his recent keynote at the Upper Bound conference, celebrating Edmonton as a centre of technological innovation with Amii at the forefront. This educational and professional linkage connects Clio's leadership directly with Amii's academic and technological prowess and underscores the significance of Edmonton’s development, as highlighted in the conference.

This collaboration is set to drive technological advancement, stimulate economic growth, and strengthen academic ties within Edmonton and beyond—reinforcing Edmonton's status as an established tech hub and showcasing the transformative impacts of this partnership on both the local and global stages.

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