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5 Android Apps To Make A Lawyer’s Life Easier

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Lawyers don’t have time to muck about; they have people to sue and money to make. I’m only kidding, please don’t sue me. How about I recommend a few apps to make your job easier, would that make up for the joke I just made? After all, what’s the point of having technology if it doesn’t help you win cases? Making a case is tough and preparing for it is even tougher. Whether you’re at your law firm or on your way to court, these apps will help you get your desired verdict. When it comes to being resourceful, these apps are “guilty”. So let’s take a look at them.

5 Android Apps To Make A Lawyer's Life Easier

The Law Guide

It’s only when you know every letter of the law that you can bend it to your will. The Law Guide can help you brush up on things you’ve forgotten since law school. After all, Harvard was a long time ago. The app has over 8,500 definitions and over 200 articles. That should give you plenty to read during your coffee breaks. The best thing about the app is that it’s free. It boasts no ads whatsoever. It even allows you to search for jobs. So, if the jury is taking their own sweet time coming up with a verdict, it might be a good idea to upload your resume.

Lawyer ON GO

What happens when your secretary takes a leave of absence? You’re stuck managing your clients on your own. And what if you can’t afford a secretary altogether? Then you’re stuck managing your clients once again. To help you do that, we recommend Lawyer ON GO. It helps you systematically manage clients on the go. Make a database of your clients, their information and their cases, so you can stay on top of things even when you’re under a lot of work. Once you get with the jive you won’t be needing a secretary anymore. That’s one less overhead cost to pay.

Evernote

In a court of law evidence talks and when you’re trying a murder case there’s going to be a lot of bloody evidence. Not to mention witness testimonies and personal notes. Evernote helps you manage everything without any hassles. Easily access anything and everything you need on your mobile device. The data is also available on any other device that’s been synced with the app. Having everything in front of you at the touch of a button will help you prepare the best closing ever. With the right closing you can turn the tide on even the most hopeless of cases.

Dropbox

During a trial new evidence is uncovered all the time, but what if this happens when you’re in court? You need to get your hands on that new piece of information ASAP to help you nail this car accident claim. However it’s miles away in your office. Well, your assistant can drop it into your Dropbox account and you can access it in court. This new evidence and this revolutionary app could mean the difference between your client walking away free or getting the death penalty. Once you’ve dropped something in Dropbox, it’s available to you on all your mobile and desktop devices. The only criteria is that you need Dropbox installed on it. You can even access the information through the internet.

Devil’s Attorney

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. How do you intend to successfully represent your client, when you’re too stressed out from work? Relax and have fun once in a while. Try Devil’s Attorney, it’s an app that lets you do both. It’s a turn based strategy game based on a charismatic lawyer named ‘Max McMann’. He’s someone you aspire to be in your wildest imaginations. With this app even while you’re taking a break you could be practicing your courtroom tactics. If that isn’t helpful I don’t know what is. It’s one of the best lawyers based games available on the app store.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an ambulance chaser or a successful lawyer in a prestigious law firm, these apps will help you either way. Once you adopt these apps you’ll see a visible increase in the amount of work done and the amount of cases won.

Author Bio:

The author of this article, Shruti Vaghe, is a freelance blogger, currently writing for T.E. Paralegals, providers of car accident claim services in Toronto. Shruti is a huge MMA fan and hits the local Dojo on weekends. You can follow her on Twitter @ShrutiVaghe.

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