Frequently Asked Questions

General 2023 Clio Cloud Conference Information

I am attending ClioCon in Nashville. Do I get access to the virtual event? No.

Individual and Team pass holders do not get access to the virtual ClioCon platform. If you would like access you need to purchase a virtual pass, reach out to us at

Is the Monday After Dark included in my pass? Yes.

All Individual and Team pass holders have access to Monday After Dark. More details about Monday After Dark are coming soon.

What is Tuesday Night After Dark?

Tuesday Night After Dark is a dinner and party that wraps up ClioCon. This year we are hosting the party on Nashville’s iconic Broadway Street at Luke’s 32 Bridge.

Tuesday Night After Dark passes are an add on pass. If you want to join, we consider you get your pass as soon as possible, because this event always sells out!

Can I bring my spouse to Monday or Tuesday Night after Dark?

Yes! However in order for your spouse to gain access to both After Dark parties they need to have a pass.

  • Monday After Dark – email us at
  • Tuesday After Dark – purchase on our registration page
I am a virtual ClioCon pass holder. When will I get access to the platform?

You will get access to the ClioCon platform on October 9 an hour before ClioCon starts.

The email will come from

I can't print my pass. Don't worry you don't need to!

You will not get a physical ticket when you register for ClioCon. At registration just give us your name.

Is there a discount for the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center?

Yes! We encourage you to stay at the Gaylord to make the most out of your ClioCon experience. Room rates start at $221 (plus resort fees and taxes) a night. Our room rates are guaranteed until September 6, don’t wait! Book here.

When and where is the Clio Cloud Conference being hosted?

The Clio Cloud Conference will take place in Nashville at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center, October 9-10, 2023. 

Do you have flight discounts?

Yes, check out our hotel and flight page to see the discounts our partner airlines are offering!

Is there an ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

The conference is open to those aged 21 and older.

What is Sunday Funday?

We are excited to announce a new ClioCon experience that you won’t want to miss! Join us for Sunday Funday, sponsored by Bourbon of Proof, happening the Sunday before ClioCon on October 8th.

Get ready to learn about the rich history and culture of whiskey making as you tour and sample some of Nashville’s most iconic distilleries. 

But that’s not all! Enjoy a classic Nashville lunch that will leave you satisfied and ready to take on the rest of your ClioCon trip.

Sunday Funday Bus Tour and Passes available here.

CLE Information

Can I get CLE or CPD Credit through the on-demand sessions? No.

In order to gain CLE credit you must watch the ClioCon session live and participate in the polls.

How do I know which sessions are eligible for CLE credits?

Presentations that are eligible for CLE and CPD credit are noted with an asterisk on the ClioCon agenda page (*) and are subject to approval from bar associations and law societies across the United States and Canada.

How to I earn my CLE credits in Nashville?

Sign in for CLE and CPD credits. Follow these 3 steps.

1. Pop by the CLE desk (near registration) to fill out a one-time verification form (we recommend doing this when you check in).

2. Attend CLE-eligible sessions (noted on the agenda).

3. Look out for an email within one business week from the ABA with your affidavit!


How do I purchase a pass for the conference?

Registration for the 2023 Clio Cloud Conference is open. Get your pass today

Are there special group rates for the conference?

Yes! Anyone looking to purchase 3 or more passes is eligible to purchase the Team Pass.

What's the refund policy?

The refund deadline for Individual and Team conference passes is July 20, 2023. Passes cancelled prior to July 20, 2023 will be refunded in full (minus any Eventbrite fees incurred). Cancellations after July 20, 2023 are non-refundable.

Sunday Funday, Tuesday After Dark, and Virtual Passes are non-refundable.

If I can’t attend the conference, can I get a refund for my pass?

Individual and Team conference passes are refundable until July 20, 2023.

Can I transfer my pass to someone else?

We understand that plans change, so you can still transfer your pass to a colleague or friend. Please transfer your pass in eventbrite or reach out to the Clio Cloud Conference team at and we’ll be happy to change the attendee information. Pass transfers must be requested by September 9, 2023.

Why does each registration require a unique email address?

Essential event information, and details related to CLE and CPD will be shared with registered attendees. Please ensure that the email address used for your registration is one that you access and does not belong to an assistant or another member of your firm.

Can I change the answers I gave to the questions asked during event registration and purchase?

Absolutely. Just email and our Clio Cloud Conference team will gladly help you update your answers. (Please note that all registration change requests must be received prior to September 9, 2023). Alternatively, you can log in to using the email you used to purchase your pass and make the updates to your answers yourself. Eventbrite’s support article is here for reference if needed.

About the Clio Cloud Conference

What is the Clio Cloud Conference?

The Clio Cloud Conference, a.k.a. ClioCon, is the most highly-anticipated and influential event on the annual legal technology calendar. The conference attracts thousands of leaders from across the legal and technology industries who want to learn, be inspired, and innovate. The conference aims to pair exceptional content and networking with a dynamic, informative, and fun learning environment. Join us in Nashville for ClioCon 2023!

How many years has the Clio Cloud Conference been running?

2023 marks our eleventh annual Clio Cloud Conference! The conference continues to grow, and after four years in Chicago, two years in New Orleans, one year in San Diego, two years virtual, and one in Nashville. Every year we set the bar higher, and strive to deliver an even better event.

Who attends the Clio Cloud Conference?

The Clio Cloud Conference attracts legal professionals from across the industry—in all practice areas, at firms of all sizes, and legal professionals of all kinds: attorneys, paralegals, office administrators, bar leaders, law librarians, law students, legal technology enthusiasts, legal journalists, and others. The diverse conference programming each year speaks to these different constituencies so that everyone who attends can find engaging and relevant content they can bring back to their firms, businesses, or agencies.

Do I have to use Clio’s software to attend?

Not at all! All legal professionals are welcome to attend this conference! While some sessions do focus on being successful with Clio’s legal software, the majority of the sessions and all of the keynotes are focused on trends and topics that are relevant for all professionals in the industry. This is a conference for the entire legal profession, and anyone passionate about the intersection of law and tech.

Does the Clio Cloud Conference offer CLE credits?

Yes! Each year we seek eligibility for CLE and CPD credits for lawyers with licenses to practice in the United States and Canada who join live sessions at the conference. The agenda will indicate sessions where we’re seeking CLE and CPD credits. If you have questions, reach out to

How are keynote speakers selected?

Throughout the year, we source videos, read books, review event feedback, and compile a list of over 100 prospective speakers who are both timely and touch on matters of great importance for the legal community. We thoughtfully discuss and consider each speaker and their relevance, capacity to engage the audience, and their connection to the overall theme and balance to other speakers on the docket. We believe bringing diversity of opinion and thought to our conference is essential for us to continue the transformative work we want to achieve as a collective. This includes speakers who take a strong and/or unpopular stance on certain issues we may deem relevant for discussion. No matter the speaker or topic, the Clio Cloud Conference is an open and inclusive place to encourage important discussion around challenges and celebrations in the legal industry—and its future direction. Everyone is held to the same Code of Conduct to ensure the conference is enjoyable for all.

How are host cities selected?

Each year, we solicit feedback from attendees to determine a short list of cities for future conferences. We feel it is important to continue to select diverse locales to share new perspectives and facilitate conversations on the future of the legal industry. Once a shortlist of cities has been curated, we meet with potential vendors, conduct formal walkthroughs, and ultimately determine the feasibility of hosting in a city. A conference of this scale, size, and caliber includes a particular set of requirements (i.e. size, accessibility, availability of a venue, ease of travel to and from the location, etc.). As such, we book venue spaces several years in advance.

Getting Involved

Are you taking speaker applications?

Applications to speak at 2023 Clio Cloud Conference closed February 28th. Applications to speak at 2024 ClioCon will open in early 2024.

How do I apply to sponsor and/or exhibit at the Clio Cloud Conference?

Get in touch with the conference team to learn more about our impactful sponsorship and exhibitor options. Email for more information.