The Clio Cloud Access Grant

We recognize that members of the legal community can’t always take advantage of opportunities like the Clio Cloud Conference. With the Clio Cloud Access Grant, we hope to support equal access to legal education for everyone.
Applications for the Clio Cloud Access Grant are now closed.

Our Purpose

Clio’s mission is to transform the legal experience for all—and we believe that fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion is a big part of that.

We’re committed to eliminating barriers and improving access to the Clio Cloud Conference. For the second year in a row, we offered the Clio Cloud Access Grant to increase community inclusion, and to make conference attendance feasible for those who otherwise would not have the means to attend.
With the Clio Cloud Access Grant, we were able to support equal access to legal education for hundreds of applicants in 2021.

Who’s eligible, and what’s included:


Who is eligible for the Access Grant?

To be considered for the grant, we welcome members of underrepresented groups within the legal community, as well as those who may not have the means to purchase a pass this year. This includes but is not limited to: law students or new graduates just starting their careers, legal communities whose members are from minority groups, and those who work for nonprofits, or educational institutions with limited resources.

We encourage you to share this program widely, in hopes that people who want to attend the Clio Cloud Conference can access and benefit from it.


What does the Access Grant include?

This grant includes one standard virtual conference pass, and access to all sessions, workshops, and keynotes. Attendees will get to connect with thousands of forward-thinking legal professionals, gain practice-changing insights, and take part in creating the next chapter in the future of law.


Is there a deadline?

We’re accepting applications for the Access Grant until September 24, 2021. Please submit your application with as much detail as possible, and we will respond to it prior to the conference.

We welcome your questions and feedback—if you’d like to help us build a more diverse and inclusive conference, we welcome your thoughts, ideas, and questions. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for speakers, activities, session topics, and more. You can reach us at