My guest today is Gerard (Jerry) Geiger, who is a partner at the law firm of Newman Williams based in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Jerry has been a trail attorney since 1985 and today keeps his personal professional life organized with OmniFocus on his iPhone and iPad.Read More »
Today’s app is Terminology, which is a dictionary, a thesaurus, and a research tool all wrapped into one neat little app-package. The basic app is free, but there is a $1.99 in-app upgrade which removes the ads, offers a few bonus features, and supports a superb app developer named Agile Tortoise.
Today’s app is TextExpander + Keyboard for the iPhone and iPad. The TextExpander software works on Macs and Windows PCs and with a subscription through www.textexpander.com you can sync all of your Snippets across your computers and iOS devices. This video shows you how to use the TextExpander + Keyboard on your iPhone and iPad.Read More »
A few months ago my good friend David Sparks released a fascinating iBook called “The iPhone Field Guide.” If you’re a Mac, iPhone, or iPad user, you OWE it to yourself to experience the capabilities of the iBook platform so that you can grasp the concept of what multi-media books will look like in the future. The MacSparky iPhone Field Guide is chock-full of apps, tips & tricks to help you better utilize the iPhone in your every day workflow.Read More »
AiL020 – Heidi Alexander uses Evernote to collaborate and share information at her organization (even business cards!)
My guest today is Heidi Alexander, who is the Deputy Director of the Massachusetts Group Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (or LCL) and also leads the Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). Heidi is the author of the book “Evernote as a Practice Tool” published by the ABA and in this podcast, you’ll hear all about how Heidi effectively uses Evernote to share information and collaborate with colleagues.Read More »
My guest today is Evan Kline, an attorney at Katherman Briggs & Greenberg LLP in York, Pennsylvania where he advocates for his clients and their families in complex and severe injury claims. Evan is also the author of the excellent 40tech blog at www.40tech.com. Evan discusses how he uses DEVONthink to manage, search, retrieve, and organize all his files in DEVONthink both on the Mac and his iPad.Read More »
A couple of months ago the folks at Branchfire reached out to me about the significant updates they included in iAnnotate version 4.5. I reviewed iAnnotate 4 two years ago, and it continues to be one of my most popular videos. In this video, I go through the major new features for iAnnotate 4.5 including search, merge, and navigation, and I include a couple of additional features I like as well.
My guest today is Howard Lenow, partner at Lenow & McCarthy in Wayland, Masschusetts. Howard has been a union side labor lawyer for 38 years and is referred by his clients as a “pitbull with a sense of humor!” Howard is what I would call one of the godfathers of[…]Read More »
My guest today is Michael Polk, an attorney at Belser & Belser, P.A. in Columbia, South Carolina. Mike and I have a great conversation about how to use apps like Focus Keeper to stay focused throughout the day, and HabitBull to track your good and bad habits with an eye to self-improvement.Read More »
This is Part 2 of my review of TranscriptPad which is an iPad-ONLY app to manage, search, annotate, and summarize transcript text files. In Part 2 you’ll learn how to select text, apply annotations to that text (highlight, underline, etc.), assign issues codes to that text, and create amazing reports based on your annotations and issue codes.
This is Part 1 of my review of TranscriptPad which is an iPad-ONLY app to manage, search, annotate, and summarize transcript text files. In Part 1 you’ll learn about the file formats to use with TranscriptPad, how to import and view transcripts, and how to search them.
My guest today is Robin Meadow, who is a partner at Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP, an appellate law firm in Los Angeles. Robin explains exactly how he utilizes Microsoft OneNote to organize all of his notes and documents for trial, as well as how he collaborates via OneNote with other attorneys at his firm.Read More »
My guest today is Neil Squillante who is the founder and publisher of TechnoLawyer. Neil was my guest on episode 8 of the Apps in Law podcast but I have the privilege of welcoming Neil back as a guest for a very special opportunity to hear about the Top 25 Products and Services from 2017 as selected by readers of the TL NewsWire newsletter.Read More »
If you’ve landed here because of the ABA Journal, then WELCOME!! It’s a fantastic honor to have this blawg selected by the ABA Journal in their Web 100: Best Law Blogs – you can find the list online and in the December 2017 issue of the magazine. Even nicer is[…]Read More »
A BIG shout-out to Chris Mechler of MerusCase for their review of my iPractice on an iPad course. Chris watched the videos and wrote a thoughtful review of the course, focusing on the individual elements. Thank you Chris and the MerusCase team!Read More »