jEugene's smart definition checking app highlights undefined terms and unused definitions in your MS Word documents. By connecting jEugene to Clio, you can upload Word documents in Clio to jEugene for FREE. By jumpstarting definitions checks with jEugene, legal professionals can eliminate potentially fatal drafting mistakes and be confident in the definitional integrity of their work.

To register for jEugene as a Clio user, click HERE.

jEugene is currently free of charge for documents stored with Clio. When you create a jEugene account as a Clio user, you will also join our free tier that provides 10 definitions checks a month. These free checks can be used for your documents stored outside of Clio.

jEugene has prepared a guide specifically for Clio users, HERE.


Connecting jEugene to Clio
Using jEugene with Clio

Connecting jEugene to Clio

Once you have signed up for a jEugene account, log in HERE. You will be immediately prompted to connect jEugene to your Clio account. If you are not already signed in to your Clio account, you will be prompted to do so before connecting. You will only be required to connect to Clio the first time that you log in. 

Using jEugene with Clio

Once you have successfully logged in to jEugene and connected to Clio, you will be directed to the definitions check interface.

Click "Browse Documents" to locate the file you wish to perform a definitions check on. Note that only .docx format is currently supported.

To browse documents by matter, type either the Matter ID or the Matter name in the "Search by Matter" field then select it from the autocomplete drop down menu. Click the "Filter" button to complete the selection. A list of documents associated with the Matter will be displayed. You can use the up and down arrows in each column's header to sort documents by either "File Name" or "Updated At" interval.

To select a document for a definitions check, click the document’s name.  

The name of the selected document will now be displayed in the "Browse Documents" button. To change your selection, click the "Browse Documents" button again to repeat the file selection process. Once file selection is complete, click the "Check" button to perform a definitions check.  

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