Under the terms of the agreement, LawLogix will provide CLINIC affiliates across the U.S. with value added benefits including custom user training and exclusive certification programs.
LawLogix Group, Inc., the proven leader in Immigration Forms and Case Management Software announced today an exclusive multi-year partnership with Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) to provide immigration case management software to CLINIC’s large and growing network of non-profit legal services providers, the largest network of its kind in the country.
Under the terms of the agreement, LawLogix will provide CLINIC affiliates across the U.S. with special pricing discounts, custom user training, and exclusive certification programs designed to promote best practices for immigration case management through the LawLogix EDGE software platform. Additionally, the LawLogix team of experts will hold strategic focus groups with CLINIC leaders to solicit feedback and ideas for new features in LawLogix’ award-winning “cloud-based” immigration case management software.
“LawLogix is proud to serve as CLINIC’s exclusive immigration case management partner. We are very proud to now be a part of their great work in helping immigrants and their families,” said Dan Siciliano who is Co-Founder of LawLogix. “Thousands of CLINIC affiliated staff and volunteers work hard everyday to make a better life for their clients and they deserve the best tools to help them get their jobs done. The LawLogix case management system delivers secure cloud based tools to ensure no deadlines are ever missed, no documents are ever lost, and everyone’s hard work produces the best results!”
Maria Odom, Executive Director of CLINIC noted,“CLINIC is continuously innovating and working to improve the resources we provide to our affiliates. LawLogix has a long standing track record as a source of exceptional case management software and services to thousands of legal immigration service providers. They are the best fit for the needs of our network. I’m confident that this partnership will help enhance the consistent standards for managing cases and will also enable the non-profit immigration services community to streamline operations and expand services through smart cloud technology.”
Joshua Cisneroz, VP of Customer Experience at LawLogix, was equally excited to announce the partnership. “During a time of increasing immigration enforcement and economic challenges, this affiliated group of nonprofit organizations serve as a wonderful example of how a dedicated group of professionals can come together to enhance and expand the delivery of legal services to those who need it the most. LawLogix is looking forward to working closely with CLINIC affiliated organizations in a joint collaboration to help them better serve their clients. ”
Kathleen Judd, Director of Customer Relations, added,“The system, with easy to use communication features, will arm CLINIC affiliates with yet another compelling strategy to help their clients stay informed and also steer clear of “Notarios” and other unscrupulous enterprises engaged in the unauthorized practice of immigration law.”
LawLogix assists millions of people every year through its innovative Immigration Case Management Software. Founded in 2000, LawLogix (lawlogix.com) has been recognized by Hispanic Business Magazine as one of the 500 largest Hispanic–owned companies and in the top 100 of fastest growing Hispanic- owned companies in the nation. With more than 140,000 organization and firm users and over 3.9 million foreign nationals worldwide using the system, LawLogix has the demonstrated capacity to service, support, and exceed the expectations of the most exacting clients.
In 1988, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) established CLINIC as a legally distinct 501©(3) organization to support a rapidly growing network of community-based immigration programs. CLINIC's network originally comprised 17 programs. It has since increased to more than 215 Catholic and non-Catholic legal immigration programs with 290 field offices in 47 states and Puerto Rico. The network employs roughly 1,200 BIA accredited representatives and attorneys who, in turn, serve more than 600,000 low-income immigrants each year. CLINIC and its member agencies represent low-income immigrants without reference to their race, religion, gender, ethnic group, or other distinguishing characteristics.