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Books at the Franklin County Law Library
Attorneys with a Franklin County Law Library card may check out these books. Other members of the public may use them in the Franklin County Law Library. The Library maintains the current edition of each of these books, unless otherwise noted.
2014's best law firm technology, software, and tools: everything you need to overhaul your firm or start a new one by
Call Number: KF 320 .A9 T86
I'm buried in paper-- what can I do? : scanning, PDFs, document management, and iPads/tablets for legal professionals
Call Number: KFO 77.5 .A95 I4
Publication Date: 2012
Internet legal research on a budget: free and low-cost resources for lawyers by
Call Number: KF 242 .A1 L479
Publication Date: 2014
IPad for legal professionals: introduction and iPad basics, and iPad for legal professionals: advanced iPad tips by
Call Number: KF 320 .A9 I6
iPad for litigators, and fight the paper : the pathway to a productive, paperless law practice by
Call Number: KF 320 .A9 I63
Publication Date: 2013
Mobile lawyering: how to work from anywhere with full access to your practice information, and : cloud computing for lawyers: the pros, the cons, ethical issues, and options by
Call Number: KF 320 .A9 M63 2013
Handout and Slides for September 14, 2016 CLE
Handouts for July 8, 2015 CLE
Handouts for July 8, 2015 CLE
This guide is based on the Mobile Applications for Law Students and Lawyers Guide by Vicki Steiner, Reference Librarian at the UCLA Law Library.
Mobile App Search Engines & Stores
Amazon App Store
The Amazon App Store is meant mostly for Kindle Fire users. Android users may search, browse, and purchase apps in the store and special discounts on apps and a "free app of the day" may be offered.
Apple App Store
for iPhones and iPads.
Evernote App Center
Evernote App Center (formerly Evernote Trunk) is an app store for Evernote users and Center features many add-ons for users of the Evernote mobile productivity app.
Users may browse--and now search--for Android apps at this site both from their devices and online. Google Play was formerly known as Android Market.
Mobile applications are becoming increasingly popular and relevant to all aspects of our daily lives. This LibGuide highlights a number of mobile applications that might be of interest to lawyers and other legal researchers. Please check each listing for download links for your specific device. If you know of a mobile app that is not listed in this guide, please let us know by sharing the link in the box below titled "Got Apps?"
A word of caution: while many mobile apps are incredibly helpful, they should not be used as replacements for official sources of law. Please rely on the official sources available at the Franklin County Law Library, in your employer's law library, or on certified governmental websites when referencing sources of law.