Once you unwrap your new iPad, master the most critical tap-and-swipe moves, and buy a few apps and iBooks, you're pretty much set. It really is that easy. So easy that you may find you neglect any further exploration of iPad features in favor of, say, reading the entire Jack Reacher series. You'd be highly entertained, but you'd also miss out on all the ways to use an iPad in your law practice. "The iPad," says Brett Burney of Macs in Law, "allows you to view and edit documents, check email, surf the web, read books, annotate PDFs, take notes, dictate letters and much, much more."Originally published December 7, 2012
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