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Guest Post: Top 5 Android Apps To Keep Attorneys Efficient and Organized

This is a guest post from Chelsea Wilson, the Community Relations Manager for Washington University School of Law’s online LLM degree program, which provides foreign trained attorneys with the opportunity to earn a Masters in Law degree from a top-tier American university from anywhere in the world. Unless you see italics (which is me), she’s taking it from here: Every professional…

Google Keep Goes Wild

After a haphazard introduction, Google officially reintroduced its Google Keep program, which many take to compete with Evernote. Google Keep is promoted as a way to “quickly capture what’s on your mind and recall it easily wherever you are. Create a checklist, enter a voice note or snap a photo and annotate it. Everything you…

Google Keep Looks to Replace Evernote

For about 30 minutes yesterday, astute users got a unique glimpse at Google Keep. Google Keep is apparently Google’s answer to Evernote. What’s more, from the screenshots we see that Keep might also replace Tasks. There’s not much else available, since Keep is now disabled. I’d periodically check https://drive.google.com/keep/, to see the enabled functions, but I’m also…

Reset Your Evernote Password NOW

Today, Evernote informed its users that the service experienced a security breach.   Evernote sent out a message to all users forcing everyone to reset their passwords. Here’s the text of the email, and you can read their blog for a full explanation (it says the same thing as the email): Dear Evernote user, Evernote’s Operations…

I Need Your Help

Do you have serious, and I mean serious, experience with Evernote? Do you use Android? Do you want to contribute to The Droid Lawyer blog? Do you want to collaborate with me? If you answered, yes, to at least having experience with Evernote, I want to hear from you. I’m working on an upcoming post and…

Best Android Tablet Apps for Productivity

Lifehacker Australia inspired me to write this post after I read this pathetic list. Seriously? Five apps? Yes, I know they mentioned a couple others, but c’mon, only five apps make the “best of” list? Heck, I just pushed out a list of 51 of the top Android apps for lawyers. So, with that inspiration,…

Ten Android Apps Every Attorney Should Have

If you’ve followed this blog, you know I love to write posts about apps. That’s probably because I get a lot of questions from people about my favorite apps, or which apps are the best for attorneys. The problem is, it’s really hard to pinpoint the “everyone should have these apps” apps, because apps keep changing.…

Back to School: Android Apps for Law Students

Hopefully you 1L, 2L, and 3L students still have some glimmer of summer left. My first-year glimmer and enthusiasm quickly faded, and by second year, I was a full-fledged member of the “get me out of law school” secret society. We had our own handshake. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy my time at…

OneNote Mobile for Android

It finally came; and by it, I mean Microsoft OneNote Mobile for Android. You can download your copy from the Android Market here. I’ll let Ben Schorr rave the praises of OneNote, but needless to say, lawyers will be hard-pressed to find a better note-taking system (sure Evernote is cool, but tabbed notes and notebooks are so much…