Apps in Law | Apps for Lawyers Using iPhones & iPads

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AiL005 – Niki Black uses Slack to keep her colleagues on track

My guest today is Nicole (Niki) Black who is a licensed lawyer in the state of New York and is the Legal Technology Evangelist at MyCase, an intuitive cloud-based law practice management software platform for solo and small firm attorneys. Niki keeps in touch with her team members at MyCase via the Slack app.

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Overcast – Best App for Listening & Managing Podcasts

Today’s app is Overcast for managing and playing podcasts. The app is free but a $9.99 a year subscription removes the ads. The “Smart Speed” and “Voice Boost” features in Overcast make it the most compelling podcast available for iPhones and iPads.

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AiL004 – Jeff Richardson only remembers one password

My guest today is Jeff Richardson who is a treasured friend, and litigation partner at Adams and Reese LLP based in New Orleans. Jeff is also the author of the iPhone J.D. blog which the ABA Journal recently moved to their Blawg 100 Hall of Fame which recognizes outstanding legal blogs. Jeff discusses how he uses the 1Password app on a daily basis on his iPhone and iPad.

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AiL003 – Nerino Petro juggles to-dos with Trello

My guest today is Nerino Petro, a practicing lawyer who WAS the Chief Information Officer at the Holmstrom & Kennedy law firm when we recorded this podcast episode, but is now President at The Erickson Group in Rockford, Illinois. I’ve had the privilege of knowing Nerino for many years, and[…]

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AiL002 – Neil Tyra manages his practice with Daylite

My guest today is Neil Tyra of the Tyra Law Firm in Rockville, Maryland. I’ve known Neil for several years through the “Macs in Law Office” community. Neil also recently stared The Law Entrepreneur podcast at www.thelawentreprenuer.com, which is a fantastic podcast focusing on the business of law. I was[…]

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AiL001 – Chad Burton uses the “stock” Mail app

My guest today is Chad Burton, a long-time, good friend and [former] practicing lawyer in Dayton, Ohio. Chad is the CEO of CuroLegal, a legal technology consulting and development firm working with law firms on selecting and optimizing technology for their practice. Chad’s virtual law practice has been featured in[…]

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Documents 5 – Fabulously Free File Management

Today’s app is Documents 5 by iOS app-powerhouse Readdle and is the closest thing to a “My Documents” folder you can find for the iPad & iPhone. You can use Documents 5 to download files from cloud services, and then organize, re-name, and view those files from the app.

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Typic – Easily Add Text To Your Photos

Today’s app is a fun one with the holidays in mind for all those pictures you’ve been taking with your iPhone or iPad. Typic is an un-complicated, straightforward app that easily lets you add text to your important photos.

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Free E-Book from TechnoLawyer: “The Lawyer’s Guide to a Well-Appointed iPad” by Brett Burney and Other Expert Contributors

I’ve been writing for TechnoLawyer for almost 10 years now and I was elated to be part of the new, FREE e-book entitled “Lawyer’s Guide to a Well-Appointed iPad” with contributions from me and several other expert iPad-using lawyers. Click to read more and find out how you can get a copy of this immensely helpful FREE e-book!

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ReadQuick – Speed reading on the iPhone

Today’s app is ReadQuick, a splendiferous “speed reading” app for the iPhone and iPad for $9.99. ReadQuick uses the “rapid serial visual presentation” technique to help you speed-read through all the articles, blog posts, and online news that are sitting on your computer or iOS device.

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The Best Conference for Mac-Using (Mac-Lovin’!) Lawyers – MacTrack Legal, Oct. 6-8, 2016

I am honored to be speaking at the MacTrack Legal Conference again on October 6-8, 2016. The conference was formerly called “MILOfest” and re-branded this year to reflect the growth of the educational opportunities over the past 8 years. I’ll be speaking on three sessions covering “copy n’ paste,” Microsoft OneNote, and “The Ultimate Gear-Off Panel.”

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