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Increasingly, laptops and tablets are replacing — or supplementing — file folders and notepads at counsel tables. What’s your practice?
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Sam Glover has been writing about law practice technology, management, marketing, and other stuff on Lawyerist since 2007. He also consults on appeals and motion practice. When he isn't blogging or lawyering, Sam likes to go winter camping.
For Trial I bring both! Need a back up plan. For all other appearances and hearings i take my ipad
By the way, I realize a phone is just as much of a computer as a tablet, but unlike a tablet, tapping away on a phone will earn you the ire of many bailiffs.
True on the phone. My ipad really allows me to get things done with imessage people text my phone and i receive it on my ipad or i can send a text to our colleagues who all run an iOS device or can send an email, and don’t for get to update my status!!
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