Florida Bar Webinar: Apps for Florida Lawyers

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Thanks to the several hundred attendees who viewed the live Florida Bar webinar, Apps for Florida Lawyers!cbh6

The Bar will provide 1.0 hour of CLE credit.

Learn more than 50 iPhone and iPad apps as well as a lengthy discussion regarding how to use an iPad during a deposition, how to sign documents on an iPad, and how to use annotation software.

It will be available on the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division website shortly for replays, here.

The Powerpoint is here.

It is also on YouTube here!

 

 

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