In today’s App Friday round, Dan Pepper - the managing member of New Jersey-based Pepper Law Group, a boutique law firm that concentrates its practice in technology, Internet, and entertainment law - highlights the benefits of iPhone apps QuickOfficePro, Dragon Dictation and Best Parking.
Category archives of LTR: App Friday
In today’s App Friday round, Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - legal marketing pro and co-founder of the website Attorney at Work —highlights the online collaboration benefits of Google Docs. For leisure, the IMDb app for the iPhone is great for learning more about the movies she’s watching.
In today’s App Friday round, Patrick Maddigan - a Boston lawyer and social media consultant - discusses his favorite BlackBerry and iPad apps including Pages, Zillow, HootSuite, Mashable, PhotoShop Express and many more.
In today’s App Friday round, John Tarley - a lawyer based in Williamsburg, Virginia who represents small businesses and homeowners associations - discusses his favorite iPad apps, Notes Plus and HBO Go.
In today’s App Friday round, Christopher Dixon — a St. Louis personal injury lawyer and co-founder of The St. Louis Suit Project — discusses his favorite iPhone apps, FastCase and XMarks.
In today’s App Friday round, Debora Plehn-Dujowich — a scientist and intellectual property attorney — shares some of her favorite apps for iPad and iPhone.
In today’s App Friday round, Ted Brooks —trial consultant and the go-to person for legal technology in high-stakes and celebrity litigation — shares some of his favorite apps.
In today’s App Friday round, Cathy Ribble - founder of Digital Paralegal Services, a virtual alternative for lawyers - shares some of her favorite iPhone apps.
In today’s App Friday round, Gwynne Monahan - community manager of Clio in addition to serving as a privacy and open source advocate - shares some of her favorite Android and iPad apps.
In today’s App Friday round, Steve Kuncewicz — an intellectual property, media and social media lawyer at HBJ Gateley Wareing in Manchester, England, and author of Legal Issues of Web 2.0 & Social Media — shares some of his favorite iPhone and iPad apps for lawyers.