Best Productivity Apps For Lawyers?

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When you need your documents or case notes efficiently organized, CaseSites is the perfect app. It has all the features you would expect in a great document management solution with an added bonus of having search capabilities that can be used to find old cases (or anything else). The interface is very simple and easy to use. One thing I did notice while using it was that when I tried to add a file from another storage system into my case notes, there was no way for me to do so meaning if I wanted access then I had to have both systems installed which kind of defeats its purpose since there are other options out there such as Dropbox, Google Drive etc… Overall though this is a pretty solid app and one worth checking out especially if you love being able to organize everything by case number.

Blackberry Link allows lawyers anywhere in Canada or US keep their contacts up-to-date on Blackberry devices through email attachments. This could come in handy when preparing for business meetings because it gives them direct contact details without needing expensive BlackBerry service plans. You can import contacts from Outlook or LinkedIn but not Facebook yet which seems like a big oversight considering the popularity of social media these days. Still this will prove useful even if only at work where many lawyers aren’t allowed internet access outside work hours because they don’t want potential clients reading their personal emails during working hours unless necessary! BBM chat functionality probably

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