DocketBird

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DocketBird integrates your federal court ECF and PACER documents with Clio. When documents are filed in your cases, DocketBird instantly uploads them to Clio. We also provide easy links to Clio within DocketBird, so that you can view and search your docket sheets and documents while working on your Clio matters.

With DocketBird:

  • Your federal court documents are uploaded to Clio the instant they are filed.
  • You will never have to log in to PACER to view your documents and docket sheets; just link your DocketBird account to Clio, and we’ll save everything to your Clio account.
  • You can easily search and share your docket sheets and documents within DocketBird, with easy links to your Clio matters, so that you can work within Clio while viewing your docket sheets and documents.

Try DocketBird for free for 30 days. No credit card information required.

Contents

Connecting DocketBird to Clio
Using DocketBird with Clio
     Linking your DocketBird Cases to Clio Matters
     Easy Links to your Clio Matters from DocketBird
DocketBird Help

Connecting DocketBird to Clio

Once you have logged in to DocketBird, you will be prompted to add your first case. Once you have done that, you will see the Members Homepage, which will contain a link to connect your account to Clio:

Click on “Integrate Your Clio Account,” and follow the instructions.

 

Using DocketBird with Clio

Linking your DocketBird Cases to Clio Matters

After you have integrated your DocketBird and Clio accounts, you will be redirected to the “Configure Clio” page. Or you can access the page directly here.

On the “Configure Clio” page, you simply select the Clio matter that corresponds with your DocketBird federal court cases:

Easy Links to your Clio Matters from DocketBird

When you view the docket sheet of any Clio-linked case within DocketBird, you will see a Clio icon, with a “View case in Clio” link. This link will take you directly to your Clio matter:

DocketBird Help

If you would like to see more information about how to work with DocketBird, please see the DocketBird documentation here.

 

 

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