Pad & Quill’s Handmade iPad Mini Cases
I basically gushed about Pad & Quill’s iPad 2 cases when I reviewed them in two years ago, so I was excited to get a pair of cases to review with my iPad Mini.
My Three Favorite iOS Text Editors
I have tried a lot of text editors, and I like a lot of them, but Byword, Nebulous Notes, and Drafts have consistently been my favorites. Here is why.
Annotate PDF Documents on Your iPad
One of the most-useful things you can do with an iPad is view and annotate PDF documents.
Get These Apps for Your New Tablet
If you’ve got a new tablet (or if there is one waiting under your tree), you will probably trying every app in the store. Keep at it, by all means, but to focus your app addiction, I reached out to two specialists: Jeff Taylor of The Droid Lawyer, and Jeff Richardson of iPhoneJD. Here are the apps […]
The Jury’s Still Out on the Utility of Emerging Technology for Lawyers
Do lawyers necessarily need to use the latest and greatest technology toys in their law practices and will doing so necessarily make them better lawyers? Of course not. But, exploring the possibilities offered by new technologies isn't a bad thing--it's a positive step that can help lawyers improve client service.
How GoodReader Changed My iPad Life
GoodReader is a must-have app for the iPad if you need to churn through giant PDFs and do some heavy-duty annotating. It also serves as a great cloud storage sync application, an offline reader, and much more.
iPad Apps Can Replace Custom Anatomy Exhibits
Anatomy exhibits are frequently used in medical malpractice and other personal injury litigation to instruct a jury and illustrate injuries. Stock anatomy exhibits from providers such as Doe Report start at $119 for a single small jpeg. Larger .pdfs are even more expensive. Printed exhibits can run much higher. In a typical case, where 5-10 such […]
iPad v. iPad Mini
You’ve made the decision to incorporate a tablet into your practice. The question is, which one? As a big fan of Apple products, that question is an easy one for me: and iPad of course. I began incorporating my first iPad into my practice shortly after they were introduced. About 6 months ago I upgraded […]
MobiLit iPad Trial Presentation App, Review
MobiLit is the newest entry into a crowded trial presentation field that is dominated by TrialPad and Exhibit A. What makes it different? It is designed to wirelessly project its presentation to other iPads. Additionally, it can send images to a projector or even a TV with an Apple TV or direct wired connection. While […]
Bill Gates Says iPad Suffers From Lack of Keyboard, Office
Bill Gates predicts that iPad (and Android) users will switch to PC tablets over lack of a keyboard and Microsoft Office. Is he right?
Top 5 iOS Apps I Can’t Live Without
What are your top 5 iOS apps you can't live without? Todd Hendrickson lists his, along with an homage to High Fidelity.
JuryNotes: A Low Tech Approach to Voir Dire Notes
JuryNotes is a simple paper pad note taking system for keeping track of your voir dire notes. Sometimes low tech is the best option.
Trial Notebook for iPad Review
Trial Notebook from TabLit is an excellent iPad app to organize trial materials, giving you a portable, iPad version of the venerable trial notebook.
JuryPad for iPad Review
JuryPad, the latest iPad jury selection application for lawyers, simply doesn't give a trial lawyer the tools to conduct an effective voir dire.
Microsoft Says No Office for iPad
Got an iPad? No Microsoft Office for you. Here's why the Microsoft web apps aren't a good solution and what your other options are.