Published: February 19, 2013
Tags: CLE, computer-assisted review, e-discovery, electronic discovery, electronically stored information, ESI, Facebook, iPad, iPad apps, iPad mini, legal technology, LegalTech, practice management, predictive coding, settlements, social media, technology
Lawyers USA reports on items of interest to solos and small firm attorneys from the annual LegalTech conference, including software that can predict where a case will settle.
Lawyers USA takes a closer look at some new apps targeted at attorneys.
Practice management apps for smartphones and other portable devices make it increasingly easier for lawyers to practice on-the-go.
Trial lawyers keep finding new ways, some expected and others surprising, to put the iPad to work in all aspects of litigation.
Trial lawyers keep finding new ways, some expected and others surprising, to use the iPad to settle cases, prepare for litigation and try cases.
The big change is that lawyers have moved from using the iPad purely for content consumption to putting it to work in all aspects of litigation.
Lawyers USA has rounded up another batch of useful apps and websites for lawyers on the go. From searching for ethics opinions on a smartphone to personalizing an accident app for clients to an app that can remind you to well, remember things, attorneys have even more reasons to be mobile.
In 2011, Lawyers USA covered a range of technology, marketing and law firm management topics for small and solo law firms.
Here’s a look at some of our top stories on managing your technology and marketing your firm.
Could the iPad 2 be a trial lawyer’s best friend? Some of the features that make the iPad 2 better than the original are slimmer and lighter specs that make it feel like you’re carrying only a yellow pad. The device shed a few ounces and half an inch in thickness, now weighing 1.3 pounds and measuring 0.35 inches. But some lawyers who snatched up the first generation iPad say the original is still enough for most legal needs.
There are an estimated half a million apps available at the App Store, with more every day. Here are some of the apps that lawyers have vetted and call their favorites.
Published: August 3, 2011
Tags: Black’s Law Dictionary, EasySign Mobile, GoodReader, iPad, iPad apps, iphone, iPhone apps, Notes Plus, phone billing, RogueTime, SignMyPad, technology
As lawyers increasingly perform their work on the go using mobile devices, work-related applications are more important than ever before. Lawyers USA has compiled the following handful of useful apps for lawyers.