On Computing

Free Trials of New and Useful Apps

Joel Howell

Article by Joel Howell Newsletter Editorial Board


Technology in the application world continues to evolve, for both platforms and, thanks to the internet, Robert Ambrogi and others, here are some apps for trial (Except as noted, all apps are available for Android and Apple devices).

AgileLaw www.agilelaw.com

AgileLaw enables paperless depositions. Litigators can now replace piles and piles of printed document exhibits with laptops and tablets. Although the app is free, using it requires a paid account with Agile Law

DepoPlus App Apple App Store

DepoPlus makes your depositions fully interactive. You can now use your Ipad to stream deposition video or make video clips by simply highlighting text. This is the perfect app for editorial purposes when it comes to depositions

DepoView App Apple App Store

This is a simple app for your iPad or iPhone. On this app you can create case folders and transcripts and also share you work through the app, Dropbox, or OneDrive.

Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript Apple App Store

The name of the app says it all. This allows users to review and annotate E-Transcripts anytime, anywhere.

Bloomberg Law www.bna.com/bloomberglaw/app

This is a simple app that lets you view the news and analysis targeted to your interest; you can also receive alerts, so you can be up to date on all legal news.

Free Fast Case App www.fastcase.com

This free app allows users to do quick legal research on the go! This is one of the most convenient law apps out there. Research federal and state cases right on your phone or tablet.

On the Go by Bloomberg BNA www.bna.com/resource-centers-on-the-go

This app gives you a variety of resource centers involving litigation and transactional related areas of law. It also includes practice tools, expert analysis, new and commentary, and other wonderful features.

Picture It Settled Google Play Store

This app helps litigants analyze their positions and develop successful negotiation strategies. It uses data harvested from thousands of cases.

The DocketLaw App www.calendarrules.com/docketlaw

DocketLaw helps you keep your deadlines in check by basing the calendar off of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

PacerMonitor Google Play Store

PaceMonitor is an app to help you stay on top of your Federal Court case dockets and filings.

TrialDirector Apple App Store

This app enables you to create case folders on you tablet or phone and add exhibits and videos through either an iTunes or Dropbox account.

TrialTouch Apple App Store

TrialTouch gives you on-the-go access to case materials, it also includes photos, videos, medical imagery, and more.

The Lexcity www.lexity.com/apps

The Lexcity app provides help with witness prep, depositions, hearings, mediation, and trial or arbitration.

E-Discovery Project Calculator Apple App Store

This app that helps you calculate and estimate the size and cost of your E-Discovery.

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