Apps in Law is a new website which launched this week and which highlights the best apps for lawyers. The site is published by Brett Burney, an e-discovery consultant based in Ohio who has long had his thumb on the pulse of legal technology. Burney was the chair of ABA TECHSHOW in 2015, and because Burney and I have given presentations together in the past, I know first-hand that he knows his stuff — especially when it comes to Apple technology.
The format of Apps in Law is to provide a short, focused review of helpful apps, accompanied by a short, fast-paced video showing off the app. The website debuts with reviews of GoodReader (one of the most useful apps in my law practice), Noteshelf, Week Calendar and iAnnotate.
I always love hearing about apps that are useful to attorneys, especially when they are apps that I am not currently using. I look forward to seeing new posts on the Apps in Law website, and I've already added it to my RSS reader. If you are looking for another source to learn about useful apps for lawyers, you'll want to keep an eye on this one.