Practice management apps for smartphones and other portable devices make it increasingly easier for lawyers to practice on-the-go.
Taking notes is a critical task for lawyers in all practice areas.
Some would rather write longhand, some would rather type and others prefer to enter text directly into a mobile device, with their thumbs or using a dictation program. Regardless of these preferences, it’s essential that an attorney’s notes are preserved and accessible, and there are apps to serve every attorney’s personal writing style.
Two new apps for attorneys have been released, one assisting with bankruptcy claims and the other a reference app for any lawyer.
Personal injury attorneys could be moving away from flashy ads on the sides of buses and spots on daytime television.
Several firms have recently launched apps for smartphones as a way to market and streamline their business.
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.
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.
The U.S Department of Labor has launched an app that helps employees track the hours they work and determine the wages they are owed.
Published: February 4, 2011
Tags: Advance for Solos, Backupify, electronic signatures, Green Law Solution, iphone, iPhone apps, LegalTech, LegalTech 2011, lexisnexis, Redact-It, social media, solo practice, technology
NEW YORK – Despite the snowstorm delaying flights and causing havoc on the roads, lawyers and tech experts flocked to LegalTech 2011 to see new legal technology services and products. Here is a look at some of the interesting new offerings:
Published: January 10, 2011
Tags: birth certificate, child abduction, child support, custody, Defense of Marriage Act, divorce, DOMA, e-mail, Facebook, First Amendment, iPhone apps, no-fault divorce, Prop 8, relocation, same-sex adoption, same-sex custody, same-sex marriage, Skype visitation, social networking, technology
2010 was a busy year for family law and its practitioners. The economy – last year’s biggest story – continued to play its part, with family lawyers trying to run as tight a financial ship as possible.
But other issues crowded the headlines, from technology’s increasing role, particularly in divorce cases to ongoing litigation over same-sex relationship issues nationwide.
Here is a look at some of the top news in 2010.