LegalBoard’s creator posted his own demo, as well, which is a litttle better because he is actually using Windows.

Brendan Kenny has our review unit and is using it to draft a summary judgment motion. He will post a more thorough review soon!

Update. Brendan just posted his LegalBoard review, along with a keyboard tips, hacks, and recommendations discussion thread in the Lab.

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5 Comments

  1. Lisa Solomon says:

    According to the origin story over at http://www.lawsitesblog.com/2017/01/debuting-tomorrow-keyboard-designed-just-lawyers.html: “Some of the more technologically astute among you might be thinking, “He could just create a shortcut in Word for the section symbol and his problem would be solved.”

    Actually, he couldn’t. At the time, Potts — who is now a partner at Perkins Coie — was a partner at Foley & Lardner. Foley’s computers were networked, and every time he powered down, any shortcuts disappeared.”

    This product results from a failure of the firm’s IT department and/or support staff. A simple solution to the problem would be to create firm-wide document templates that contain common shortcuts that are available to all users (e.g., ALT+CTRL+P for the para. symbol, ATL+CTRL+S for the section symbol).

  2. Brendan Kenny says:

    If you’d like to discuss LegalBoard and keyboard tips, hacks, and recommendations, head over to the Lawyerist Lab: http://lab.lawyerist.com/marketing/1754-keyboard-tips-hacks-and-recommendations.html

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