Articles Tagged with apps

For many trial lawyers, the iPad has become an essential accoutrement. It is used in discovery, depositions, research, jury selection, trial presentations and even settlement negotiations. For a couple of years now, I’ve surveyed some of the best iPad apps for trial lawyers for the Bullseye expert witness blog of IMS ExpertServices. They’ve recently published […]

While catching up yesterday with Casemaker CEO David Harriman about his company’s litigation with Fastcase, I also had the chance to ask him about Casemaker’s acquisition of the Rulebook app. Rulebook is an app for iPhone and iPad. The app is free and, once installed, it can be loaded with various sets of court rules […]

Initial log on. Add companies and practice areas. Setup complete. Select jurisdictions to search. Enter a search query. Filter results by content type. View results. News updates. View research folders. Westlaw has had an iPad app since 2010. Surprisingly, however, it has not had its own iPhone app. iPhone users could access Westlaw through a […]

Debuting at ABA Techshow this week is a new iOS app that will allow consumers to locate an available attorney and connect with him or her instantly by video, in much the same way that someone can hail a ride on demand using the app Uber. As of this writing, the app, which is tentatively […]

This slideshow requires JavaScript. If you’re planning a trip, whether for business or travel, run — or maybe I should say hop — to the iTunes store and get Hopper. Consider Hopper a Big Data tool for finding small airfares. It constantly monitors and analyzes flight prices to predict how prices will change. It uses […]

The iPad is fast replacing the legal pad as the essential accoutrement of trial lawyers. But what are the most-helpful apps for iPad- and iPhone-bearing litigators to load onto their devices before heading off to the courtroom? I wrote a two-part wrap-up of essential apps for trial lawyers for the Bullseye legal blog of IMS […]

Evernote recently introduced Scannable, a free scanner app for iPhone and iPad. Although it is not the perfect scanner app, it has some great features that could make it your scanner app of choice. And if you’re an inveterate Evernote user, as I am, you’ll have all the more reason to want this app. Scannable’s […]

If ever there was a Swiss Army knife of an app for lawyers, it is the Wolfram Lawyer’s Professional Assistant. This multi-function app for iPad and iPhone can perform calendar computations, fee calculations, settlement calculations, interest-rate calculations and more. Use it to research historical weather information or population demographics. Look up legal terms and statutes of […]

A Boston-based developer of legal apps, Lawyer-Apps, has partnered with the Uniform Law Commission, the organization that drafts uniform laws and promotes their adoption by states, to release an iPad app, Family Law, that provides mobile access to the full text of the ULC’s family law acts, including the official comments and annual updates. Released this week, […]

The Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law has been available as an iOS and Android app for more than two years now, but the iOS version just came out in an upgrade that adds new functionality by taking advantage of the new extensions feature of iOS 8, which allows apps to talk to each other. I reviewed […]