The Best of LITIG8R TECH: Year One

TOP G8RIt is my pleasure to share with you our top 8 most popular posts during the past year of LITIG8R TECH:

8. Capture ideas on the go with Index Card for iPad, iPhone -This article written by recent law school graduate Ben Beasley is an accompanying piece to his most popular post and our #2 top post of all-time about the Scrivener app.

7. Touchtype portrait mode, Brydge your iPad plus other keyboard solutions -This article offers iPad keyboard solutions and links to online threads on this popular topic.

6. iPractice: 16 Tips and Apps for Lawyers with iPhones and iPads -Highlights from 2012 American Bar Association Annual Meeting session entitled: “Developing Your iPractice: How Lawyers are using the iPhone and iPad” presented by Tom Mighell, Esq. and Paul Unger, Esq.

5. Solo But Not Alone: iPad as Personal Assistant -Atlanta-area solo practitioner Heather Hale on using an iPad to be more productive at work.

4. Theme-based Voir Dire -Trial lawyer and consultant Russell Humphrey on why you should persuade a jury.

3. The back story on Lawline.com -My interview with Lawline.com President David Schnurman.

2. Ease the process of complex writing projects with Scrivener -Ben Beasley writes about complex writing projects and how an attorney can keep all relevant content to a particular client or area of law in the same digital place.

1. iPad Apps for Litigators & Trial Teams -Our growing mobile resource of Litigator apps.

Thank you for helping us share and grow!

The TOP G8R is a periodic top 8 list series brought to you by LITIG8R TECH.

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