One of the things that I do is serve on the Illinois State Bar AssociationStanding Committee on Legal Technology. One of the things we do as a committee is to try and help attorneys use technology in their legal practice. To that end, the committee has created a series of short videos that detail some technology tips for attorneys. I recently shot one of these videos on the use of iPad keyboard shortcuts. This is one of the most used features on my iPad and I am constantly amazed at the number of people who do not even know that it exists. One key thing to remember is that this tip works only if you are using iPad keyboard.
I’m a huge fan of both TrialPad and TranscriptPad made by Lit Software. They are both really easy to use and work really well. If you do any sort of litigation at all, both of these apps are a must for you.
TrialPad works not just at trials, but also at meditations, arbitrations, contested hearings, depositions, and client meetings. And TranscriptPad is my absolute favorite transcript management resource. I use it all of the time and have found that it makes reviewing and annotating transcripts a breeze. I also really like the reports that I can export from TranscriptPad.
These programs normally cost $90 each. I received an email from Lit Software today, however, that tells me that starting today through Friday, March 6, you can purchase both apps in their Ultimate Litigation Bundle, for $140. This is a great deal. If you do not have these apps, I urge you to go check them out and pick them up before Friday.
The Ultimate Litigation Bundle is available directly from the app store here.
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