The 5 best iPhone apps for Lawyers

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Lawyers have now started using iPhone as their work device or personal cell. There are different apps that they can use for their works. Here are the top 5 iPhone apps for lawyers.

Billing Timer

Billing Timer

You can track your consultation hours with this app. When you start a task, just click the start button and the timer will start working. You can keep multiple time sheets open. You can write description of task, comments, etc. on the app. If you don’t want the timer to be on the whole day, then you can simply enter the number of hours worked after each session on the timer. You can then email the information or upload in on Google doc. The app costs $4.99, and we know one Houston DWI Lawyer who really enjoys it.

Civ Pro Rules

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Using this app you can search for a particular federal rule using the title, rule or the phrase. The relevant sections can be emailed to you. The app costs $2.99. Shana Stein uses this one every time she has to take a case to trial.

The Dictionary

The Dictionary

This is the first book used by most students when they start their law school. Experienced lawyers often need to refer back to it, so it’s a nice thing to have at your fingertips. The price of this app is $49.00.

SignNow

SignNow

We’d like to thank The Law Office of Daniel Lazarine for turning us on to this one. Using this app lawyers can sign anywhere or get anyone’s signature. It is very helpful when you are out of town or spending time with your family. You just need to upload the PDF or Word document from email, camera or Dropbox, sign it with your finger and email the signed document or save it in the SignNow account. With this app you can sign any document, including contracts, real estate deals, etc. You can also fill up PDF forms, or get the client’s signatures online. This functional app is absolutely free!

ScanBizCards HD Lite

ScanBizCards HD Lite

Business cards are very important for networking. If you are a lawyer then you need to meet many people every day. If they can’t find you on Facebook or Twitter, then you should give them a business card. It’s not possible to carry all the business cards with you. This app will let you keep the business cards in your pocket without wasting space. You can use your iPhone’s camera and scan the cards. This app will save the cards in your mobile. You can send a quick email to your new contact. It provides real-time backup to a cloud also. The HD Lite version of this app is free (this is the same one that was used on the Virginia concealed carry online website).

Life is so much easier because of these apps. Location and space isn’t a problem anymore to store data. If you are a lawyer, then you will definitely enjoy using these apps in your daily life.


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