Best Apps For Trial Lawyers?

There is a whole category of legal apps that do not require an attorney — they give counsel, or information about how to be a better trial lawyer. These include the Google-owned and -operated Legal Zoom and Practice Fusion. For example:

LegalZoom: This app is for taking notes on virtually anything with your phone (e.g., contracts, leases, wills), as well as drafting simple documents such as court forms with its free service; you can also buy premium services (and gain access to some additional features) through in-app purchases ($99 per year). The app’s business model requires users to undergo “a brief training course” before using it for practice law — though we found no mention of this in the Terms & Conditions for accessing the tools and forms (see below). According to recent reports from Forbes and TechCrunch, the company has been working on patenting many aspects of its technology under US patents DE20100247130 A1 – B2 C7 G5 H4 I6 J3 K0 L7 M2 O4 P8 R9 S6 T5 U3 V7 W6 X7 Y0 Z2 AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV AW AX AY AZ BB BC BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BK BL BM BO BP BQ BR BS BT BU BW BY CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH

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