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When it comes to the practice of law, the Internet is changing everything. “Our message to you is to become a 21st Century digital lawyer,” said members of the American Bar Association eLawyering Task Force at a California Western presentation on November 7. What is eLawyering? Simply put, it is delivering legal services to clients […]

Do you use Dropbox on your smartphone?  What about Tasker?  Find out about these apps and get some great tips for using your smartphone in the attached Lawyerist article by clicking here.

Ever heard of cloud storage?  Trying to go paperless?  This article is a good start to learn more about cloud storage.  Some law firms that have gone paperless revert to this service to access files from anywhere.   

Have a cell phone but haven’t really used it for legal applications to your benefit?  Need to look up a citation quickly and no computer is available?  This article identifies useful law applications for your mobile phone. 

Need to review a document but the computer you are on does not have MS Word on it?  No problem.  You can now access versions of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint from the web.  Keep reading this article to find our more about it.

Legal Research Tools

February 23rd, 2010 by

Tired of Westlaw and Lexis?  Think they are the only legal research tools out there?  Think again.  Read this article to learn about other legal research tools on the internet based on the type of research you are doing.   And these sites are free!

As technology continues to rapidly evolve, Google is now offering users up to 1 GB free document storage uploading.  So if you don’t have a thumb drive available or want to share a file and collaborate with other users, upload it onto Google Docs.  Click on the article for more details and links.

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