Category archives of LTR: App Friday

A lawyer is featured each Friday, telling Lawyer Tech Review about apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry and about productivity tips.

App Friday: Rob Sullivan

Attorney Rob Sullivan

In today’s App Friday round, Rob Sullivan — a Kansas City personal lawyer who is also the principal writer and editor of Lawyerology.com — shares an app that allows him to clip emails, write notes and access the information across devices and an app that allows him to use his smart phone or iPad to find nearby businesses.

 

App Friday: K. Nykoel Dinardo

Attorney K. Nykoel Dinardo

In today’s App Friday round, K. Nykoel Dinardo — an attorney and program planner at the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education — shares an app that allows her to scan business cards and an app for keeping track of her finances and tracking her budget goals.

 

App Friday: Rob Dean

Rob Dean, Lawyer

In today’s App Friday round, Rob Dean - a medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and employment ligation attorney who practices in Roanoke, Virginia - highlights apps that have turned his iPad into an indispensable, productivity-boosting gadget.

 

App Friday: Nalini S. Mahadevan

Lawyer Nalini Mahadevan

In today’s App Friday round, Nalini S. Mahadevan - an immigration and business law attorney who practices in the St. Louis area - shares an app that allows her to view photos and attachments quickly and an app that tracks exercise and offers an audio coach.

 

App Friday: Mario Sandoval

Mario Sandoval Trial Tech

In today’s App Friday round, Mario Sandoval - who handles technology for the California-based personal injury firm R. Rex Parris - shares a trial presentation app for the iPad and highlights a fitness app that helps him track workouts.

 

App Friday: Morgan C. Smith

Morgan C. Smith, lawyer

In today’s App Friday round, Morgan C. Smith - owner and founder of Cogent Legal, a San Francisco Bay Area litigation graphics firm - shares apps that allow him to remotely use his iPhone to control Keynote presentations on his laptop as well as a trail running app.

 

App Friday: Ken Lopez

Ken Lopez

In today’s App Friday round, Ken Lopez — owner of the litigation consulting and trial technology firm A2Consulting — shares iPad and iPhone apps that allow him to save on parking, manage projects and identify trees while on nature walks with his triplets.

 

App Friday: Melissa Conner

Melissa Conner lawyer

In today’s App Friday round, Melissa Conner – a Boston-area lawyer whose practice is focused on family law, bankruptcy and estate planning – shares iPad and iPhone apps that allow her to sync and store documents and to track her runs.

 

App Friday: Dale Richardson

Dale-Richardson-Lawyer

In today’s App Friday round, Dale Richardson — an Atlanta-based lawyer who writes the blog Keys to Law School Success — discusses his favorite iPhone apps for receiving faxes on his smartphone and beating the traffic.

 

Andy Crouppen – App Friday

Andy Crouppen Lawyer from Brown & Crouppen

In today’s App Friday round, Andy Crouppen with Brown & Crouppen, a personal injury law firm based in St. Louis, highlights his favorite apps for the iPhone including Kayak, Sirius and his law firm’s app.

 

App Friday: Lynne DeVenny

Lawyer Lynne DeVenny

In today’s App Friday round, Lynne DeVenny – a Winston-Salem paralegal, blogger and podcast host – discusses her favorite iPad apps including Evernote, Penultimate, Days Between, Time Value and many more.