The Evernote Web Clipper allows users to clip entire articles or excerpts of articles from the web, which makes snagging information for research purposes a breeze. Skitch for Evernote allows users to take a screenshot of only the part of the screen that is needed.
Google Scholar offers access to thousands of legal cases and pleadings, which can be accessed from any browser. This gives access to legal research to users who may not have proper access to other legal research archives. It also makes it simple to be able to quickly snag excerpts or snapshots from cases by using the Evernote features described above.
If you need to research in a hurry, most cloud services have mobile apps that can be accessed from a smartphone or tablet. If you find yourself in a position to need quick research, simply pull out your tablet or phone and start researching.
Research files stored in Evernote and Google Drive can be organized by specific cases so that all the information is easily searchable and organized in a structural format. Files can be easily revised, and can be shared quickly with other users.
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