Here's a shocking reality for all you pre-1L and newly-minted attorneys: the legal market sucks. This post gives four of my recommended areas of the law that I believe you should invest time and resources to become familiar with.
Dictation can be easy on your Android device if you're using speech to text and proper punctuation commands.
Becoming more efficient in your office tasks is easy if you concentrate of utilizing the right tools already in place to make yourself a more productive person.
This post comes courtesy of several questions about Android’s speech to text function. I discussed the feature several times, and it’s one of my favorite Android “add-ons.” Android’s speech to text is so useful that I use it for just about every aspect of my daily life. Some folks expressed frustration Read more…
Document assembly can save time and hassle, especially on easy tasks. autoCrat helps simplify the process and extends the power of Google Docs.
Oracle v. Google part 2 is raging on in California. This second trial in the saga again alleges copyright violations against Google in the creation of Android. Oracle is seeking damages for the “theft.” (Ars Technica has a great daily play-by-play summary.) I’m not too interested in the trial, since I think Read more…
Google Drive is compatible with Microsoft Office, which means you can work in MS Office and save the files to Google Drive. Yup, there's a plug-in for that.
I presume that most courts will fall in the "no protection" category for most cases, and that "we know you owned the device, now enter the code," will become the norm for law enforcement interrogations.