27 Sep 2011

Clayton Utz launches iPhone App and YouTube channel

Sydney, 27 September 2011: Leading Asia-Pacific law firm Clayton Utz has today launched PocketCU, its first iPhone App, together with the Clayton Utz YouTube channel – making it even easier for people to access the latest in legal news and developments, as well as news and information about the firm, on-the-go.

Among the benefits of PocketCU include the ability to:

  • watch, hear and read the latest Clayton Utz legal updates and analysis, on demand and on-the-go;
  • read about the experience and service offering of individual Clayton Utz lawyers, as well as their insights into topical legal issues;
  • share content with others via email and social networking sites including LinkedIn and Twitter;
  • find and save a quick reference list of Clayton Utz lawyers using MyLawyer;
  • find and get directions to the nearest Clayton Utz office.

Clayton Utz's Chief Operating Officer Stuart Clark said PocketCU would give people a simpler, faster and more convenient way to stay connected with Clayton Utz, while also reflecting the firm's commitment to providing clients with a broader, more convenient range of options for accessing legal knowledge and information.

"Clayton Utz is continually looking at new ways that we can use technology to deliver legal knowledge, news and information in a more accessible, convenient format. For example, CU CLE TV - which we launched in 2010 - has proven very popular with our clients in making it easier for them to obtain CLE points, on-line and on-demand. We have also recently incorporated QR codes into our advertising and marketing material, allowing clients and prospective staff to access online information with one quick scan.

"The launch of PocketCU and our own YouTube channel reflects both our commitment to excellence in client service as well as our ongoing investment in new communication channels," said Mr Clark.

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