Best Apps For Lawyers?

We’ve had a look at some of the top apps for lawyers and spoken to several people who use them.

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Apps like Evernote and Dropbox have made life easier for lawyers, but so far they don’t appear to be replacing traditional office equipment such as printers

Most of these programs allow users to store documents in the cloud (for example on Dropbox) or on their computers (such as Evernote), allowing them to create notes, jot down ideas quickly and then easily share those with others. Some also offer predictive text input – an especially useful function if you’re talking fast during court proceedings. Most will help you manage your calendar, keep track of clients, files and contacts and even provide instant feedback from clients through email or phone calls. You can find new software by searching online or downloading trial versions before making a full-blown commitment – remember though that these are not substitutes for proper paper work management systems such as Microsoft Outlook! It’s important not only because it keeps everything organised but also because it stops anyone accessing your work without permission unless you explicitly give them access via username/password combination. In addition most offer legal research tools which enable users to search case law using keywords or specific words that may crop up in court proceedings – this is particularly useful if you’re being cross examined by a barrister who uses big words unfamiliar to everyone else present at the hearing. These programmes aren’t just used by prosecutors either: many firms now employ

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