In my first post on the Clio LAUNCH//CODE contest, I reflected on the evolution of the contest, how the contest spurred innovation in legal overall, and to what extent it should be considered a success. In this post, I want to dive into the finalists for LAUNCH//CODE, my take on the ultimate winner, and where I hope the contest goes from here.

A few weeks ago Clio announced the finalists for their LAUNCH//CODE competition. They were Tali, Your Firm App, Logikcull, MyFirmData, and ClientSherpa. Judges Bob Ambrogi, Jules Miller, Billie Tarascio and Clio CEO Jack Newton judged pitches by all five finalists on the following three criteria:

    1. 50% for functionality and impact;
    2. 25% for innovation; and
    3. 25% for user experience.

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