Using the iPad in legal practice 2015

Back in 2011, when iPads were still not a familiar sight in our courtrooms, I did a series of posts on using the iPad in legal practice.Since then, I've presented that information in various formats, and converted it into a PDF ideally suited for use on an iPad, with hyperlinks to recommended apps and websites.I …

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Thomson Reuters ProView

For many months now I've been meaning to do a short screen cast reviewing ProView on the iPad, as a follow-on from my review last year about LexisNexis's eBooks on Bluefire Reader. (Sadly, nothing's improved there, and they're still not as satisfactory as they could be.)Easter provided a brief opportunity, so here's my short review …

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Bright sparks in the Magistrates’ Court

Late last year I mentioned the woes a few of my colleagues had encountered about using iPads in our Magistrates' Courts. I understood there was a policy from the Court in development, but there was no word on it till now.Since then, the Magistrates' Court has taken to twitter itself at @MagCourtVic, and today — …

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Bright sparks in the Magistrates' Court

Late last year I mentioned the woes a few of my colleagues had encountered about using iPads in our Magistrates' Courts. I understood there was a policy from the Court in development, but there was no word on it till now.Since then, the Magistrates' Court has taken to twitter itself at @MagCourtVic, and today — …

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