Lawyer’s Guide to iOS 6

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Both the ABA and the Am Law have come out with recent surveys confirming that nearly half of the lawyers using a smartphone choose iPhone and over 90% of tablet-lawyers are using an iPad.  No surprise.  But are they using their iDevices correctly?

Check out this one-page guide for lawyers on some easy tricks, tools, and techniques for maximizing the value of your iDevice.

Thanks to the Palm Beach Bar Association for permitting the re-print from this December 2012 Bar Bulletin.

Article is here.

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