Whether it's you or your staff, no one should spend time manually trying to download and save PDFs from court notices.
Whatever your naming conventions, we got you covered. Customize how your PDFs are named before auto-syncing them with Clio.
Every court document gets saved into the correct client matter in Clio, accessible from the documents tab in Clio for that specific matter.
Yes! You can find CourtDrive in Clio's App directory here.
Free trials are for new customers only. You must be an attorney or law firm to get a free trial. You can signup above, and your free trial starts immediately upon signup. At the end of the 14 days, your card will get charged unless you cancel. You may cancel anytime by logging in and clicking "cancel" under the subscriptions section of your account settings.
Yes. For example, if you buy 3 users on the Pro plan, then your firm gets a total of 750 PDFs uploads per month. Unused uploads do NOT carry over or accumulate in any way.
Any "free-look" PDFs from your ECF notices and any PDF you download from our PACER interface will get uploaded to Clio. You can decide which cases you want synced. You do not have to sync everything, but you can if you want.
Yes - right under the documents tab in a Clio matter.
PDFs are uploaded to Clio within minutes, often even less than one-minute depending on the size of the files.
No. CourtDrive provides a month to month service, so you can cancel anytime. If you cancel you will be billed for the current month, but you won't be billed again.
No. Our solution integrates a complete PACER gateway, so if you need to check PACER, you can do so with 1-2 clicks without leaving our site. Any charges you incur to import PACER data will pass through to your PACER account.