Get It Done!
In previous posts, I’ve covered how Evernote helps to get things done more efficiently and with ease. In this post, I’ll focus on using checklists in Evernote to help you become an even more productive …Continue reading »
APPS FOR LAWYERS
At a recent seminar on using the iPad in law practice, I was asked: “If you were trying a lawsuit on a desert island and could only take three apps with you, what apps would …Continue reading »
Get It Done!
In my previous post, I talked about the importance of capturing your sparks of genius in one centralized repository so you can organize, review and then act on them. Now let’s look at three lesser-known …Continue reading »
Android Apps for Lawyers
In his series on apps for Android-using lawyers, The Droid Lawyer blogger Jeffrey Taylor has covered note-taking and digital dictation. Today, he covers those nifty voice-command apps that help turn your smartphone into a digital personal assistant. When …Continue reading »
Android Apps Series
Sadly, there’s one feature in my Android smartphone’s powerful interface that I don’t take full advantage of: its built-in native speech-to-text recognition feature, which is really quite good. But Android also offers several standard dictation …Continue reading »
Apps for Android
The first thing to know about note-taking on any mobile device is that it’s not perfect. Another thing to know: If, like me, you’re accustomed to writing in microscopic chicken scratch for post-session translation, you …Continue reading »
Weekend Product Beat
This week we were invited to demo two new products aimed at alleviating some of the pain involved in two key areas of law practice: legal research and landing new clients. PacerPRO is a new online research …Continue reading »
The Friday Five
Mac-loving lawyers recently gathered from all over North America for the 2012 edition of the MILOfest (Macs in Law Offices fest) conference. Organized by attorney and Mac guru Victor Medina, the conference features a wealth …Continue reading »