As iPads and other tablets have become for prevalent and widely-accepted in courtrooms everywhere, the technology-minded attorney is the most successful attorney. There are a variety of apps that have been created for the sole purpose of assisting attorneys in their work and helping them be more efficient. Rocket Matter and Clio are two of the most popular, but there are many other apps that help as well. Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, SkyDrive, SugarSync and more can be used to effectively complete tasks that are part of the standard attorney's practice.
Many legal firms have even taken to creating their own apps, custom-tailored around their specific practice to more efficiently complete tasks without having to use a standard toolset. Other legal firms have recruited legal aides and allowed them to use a BYOD program, which enables them to use their personal mobile devices to accomplish tasks and do work remotely. This comes in extremely helpful when you use an employee that works on-call or as-needed.
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