Thank you to Lit Software for sponsoring iPhone J.D. this month. This company produces three of the very best iPad apps designed for attorneys: TrialPad, TranscriptPad and DocReviewPad. I always enjoy seeing Lit Software's founder, Ian O'Flaherty, and the rest of the Lit Software crew at ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago every Spring, but unfortunately I won't be able to make the conference this year. Hopefully, many of you will be there. It starts next week on March 15, runs through St. Patrick's Day, and finishes up on March 18.
If you are at TECHSHOW, you will definitely want to check out the Lit Software booth (Booth 415/417), which will be centrally located near the Thomson Reuters booths. It is a great opportunity to ask the developers of TrialPad, TranscriptPad and DocReviewPad any questions that you have about using their products, and watch some cool demonstrations of features that you might not have even known about. You are sure to learn about ways to maximize your use of these apps in your law practice.
Additionally, Lit Software has some announcements planned for TECHSHOW next week. You'll have to wait until next week to get additional details, but I can give you a few hints:
- Wouldn't it be awesome if you could use your iPad to edit video depositions?
- Wouldn't it be great to have a hardware accessory that makes the amazing TrialPad app even more useful in a courtroom?
- If you don't currently have one (or more) of the Lit Software apps, wouldn't it be nice to save some money on St. Patrick's Day?
Next week will be an exciting week for users of the Lit Software apps! In the meantime, if you want more information about these apps, check out my review of TranscriptPad (an app which I was just using yesterday in my own law practice), my review of TrialPad, and my review of DocReviewPad. You can click here to access the Ultimate Litigation Bundle on the App Store (all three apps), or here are links for individual apps: