In six short lessons, readers will learn how to:
- Quickly navigate and use the latest versions of the iPad.
- Set up mail, calendar and contacts.
- Create and use folders to multitask and manage apps.
- Add files to the iPad and sync them.
- View and manage pleadings, case law, contracts and other legal documents.
- Use the iPad to take notes and create documents.
- Use legal-specific apps at trial or in doing research.
“iPad in One Hour for Lawyers, Third Edition” also includes an updated listing of the top 10 apps for lawyers, security advice, and dozens of keyboard and browser tips and shortcuts.
Author Tom Mighell is a senior consultant with Contoural Inc. He has written multiple books published by the ABA Law Practice Division, including “iPad in One Hour for Litigators” and “iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers.” Mighell is a frequent speaker and writer on the Internet, electronic discovery and other legal technology issues. He authored The Mighell Marker, a legal technology newsletter, from 2000 to 2010 and has run the legal technology blog Inter Alia since 2002. He is also the co-host of “The Kennedy-Mighell Report,” a legal technology podcast produced by the Legal Talk Network.
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