Android App Preview: TrialNote

Android App Preview: TrialNote

TrialNote is a trial notebook application currently in development. The app will enable lawyers to track their cases and manage the trial information needed.

Android App Review: Hearsay When I Hear It

Android App Review: Hearsay When I Hear It

Hearsay When I Hear It! challenges the player to recognize and object to hearsay evidence presented by different witnesses in “trial.”

2014’s Best Android Apps for Lawyers

2014’s Best Android Apps for Lawyers

Here is 2014’s list of the best Android apps for lawyers.

Book Review: Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers

Book Review: Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers

Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers is a book by Dan Siegel that gives some of the basic apps lawyers are looking for.

Become an Android App Owner, Purchase DroidLaw

Become an Android App Owner, Purchase DroidLaw

DroidLaw, the first legal reference app for Android is for sale.

The Best PDF Readers for Android

The Best PDF Readers for Android

Viewing and annotating PDF documents is an important function for mobile lawyers. Here’s a review of the 3 best PDF viewing apps for Android.

Android App Review: Federal Courts

Android App Review: Federal Courts

The Federal Courts app wants to be your go to resource for PACER access and local court rules. You’ll soon discover it’s lacking depth in both categories.

Android App Review: Legal Memory — Civil Procedure

Android App Review: Legal Memory — Civil Procedure

Legal Memory – Civil Procedure aims to help law students (and lawyers) gain a better understanding of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Android App Review: Clio

Android App Review: Clio

Clio’s new Android app will make current subscribers very happy.

Android App Review: MyCase

Android App Review: MyCase

MyCase has a new Android app to complement its case management service.

Developers Don’t Care About Android-Loving Lawyers

Developers Don’t Care About Android-Loving Lawyers

Android just isn’t seeing the love among developers for the creation of Android apps for attorneys. And it all comes down to money.

Location Based Law Through Google Glass

Location Based Law Through Google Glass

The usefulness of Glass was one of my chief concerns about the new wearable device. Sure, Glass is an amusing device for taking pictures, video, getting directions, or pulling up unique stats of baseball games, but all of that is available on the phone. However, Cornell’s Legal Information Institute made a revolutionary step in the great direction of…