At ABA Techshow this week, the cloud practice management application Clio launched a dedicated iPad app. Above is a slideshow of screencaps from the new app.

The app allows users to:

  • Get full access to their case files.
  • View a case file’s timeline of events.
  • Track and add time

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.

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.

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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.

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For the second successive year, the Fastcase legal research app is the most popular legal app among lawyers, according to the 2014 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report. The most popular business app among lawyers this year is LinkedIn, the survey said.

Among lawyers who reported having downloaded a legal-specific app, 36.5% listed Fastcase. Last year,