iPad Apps that Increase Law Firm Productivity

  Check out the post by the National Law Journal about iPad apps that increase law firm productivity.  While several apps are mentioned by name, I thought 4 stood out:  GoodReader, Rulebook, Quick Office Pro, & NewsstandGoodReader lets attorneys read their pleadings and filings on their iPads rather than requiring them to haul large binders into court while Rulebook allows attorneys to “read, search, highlight and annotate the various court rules” available via 1 application without an Internet connection.  With Quick Office Pro, attorneys can “create, edit, and share Microsoft documents, spreadsheets, and presentations” while Newsstand is said to be the game changer for the publishing industry that iTunes was for the music industry.  This app allows attorneys to select, buy, receive, book, and archive publications.  The Utah State Bar Association is currently beta testing this application with its bar journal for its members.

About Lisa Smith-Butler

Associate Professor of Law Charleston School of Law 385 Meeting St., Suite 322B Charleston, S.C. 29403 843.377.2144
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