COURT TECHNOLOGY AND TRIAL PRESENTATION

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

So Many Apps, So Little Time


Things have been pretty busy at work lately, and this blog usually takes one of the first hits. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I write because I enjoy it, but it must take a back seat to trial work. 

That stated, even though I haven’t written a lot lately, I have been working with some exciting new apps which I plan on writing more about soon, including Courtlogger Pro (PC software for tracking timed trials), Rulebook (iPad app for Court Rules, with the ability to highlight and annotate), Legal Viewer (iPad app for reviewing eBriefs), LiveDeposition (iPad app for receiving real-time transcript feed) and iTimekeep (iPad app for tracking your billable hours). TranscriptPad has also just announced a major update coming shortly, including the ability to export transcript designations to TrialDirector for creating video clips. It is great to see the increasing compatibility between platforms.

Each of these appears to be a decent way of handling their intended purpose, and are worth your time to investigate. I’ll cover them more in-depth as soon as I can, but for now, off to trial…

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