iPad Apps For Depositions and Trials
The Portable E-Transcript viewer is a free professional grade application available for your iPad® or iPhone®.You can review and annotate your deposition transcripts anytime, anywhere – all you need is an iPad or iPhone to begin using your E-Transcript electronic witness testimony transcripts on the go. Every Kentuckiana transcript is compatible with this viewer.
TrialPad is a trial presentation and legal file management app can be used to present and annotate evidence in trial, hearings or ADR settings. Connect your iPad to a projector and use the app to zoom in, highlight and point to the information you want viewers to see. Includes Dropbox integration.
JuryTracker is the only jury observation tool on the market. It allows the trial attorney, paralegal, jury consultant and client to observe and report on juror behavior in a consistent, concise and effective way. Unlike the tool iJuror, Jury Tracker is designed to record jury observations during trial.
JuryStar was created by a practicing litigator who has averaged between six and seven jury trials per year for the last eight years. It is the first and only complete jury selection system for the iPad. The attorneys we know seem to split between JuryStar and JuryTracker. JuryStar seems to be more comprehensive while JuryTracker has better depth of behavior monitoring. Let us know what works best for you!
The Deponent App
The Deponent App is a deposition question and exhibit outline application for lawyers. Attorneys can select over 300 deposition questions by Categories, including Admonitions or Expert Qualifications; organize the order of questions; and customize the questions for their witnesses. Each question can also be linked to an Exhibit. Attorneys can also create their own Categories and Questions. Standardize your deposition prep and ensure consistent thorough depositions. Here is a full review.
The ABA Journal is the United States’ most respected legal magazine, read by half the nation’s 1.1 million lawyers every month. It covers the trends, people and finances of the legal profession from Wall Street to Main Street to Pennsylvania Avenue.
Adobe® Reader® is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. Install the free Adobe Reader mobile app to work with PDF documents on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Easily access, manage, and share a wide variety of PDF types, including PDF Portfolios, password-protected documents, fillable forms, and Adobe LiveCycle® rights-managed PDF.
Black’s Law Dictionary
Black’s Law Dictionary is the definitive legal resource for lawyers, law students and laypeople alike. Edited by the world’s foremost legal lexicographer, Bryan A. Garner, Black’s Law Dictionary is known for its clear and precise legal definitions, substantive accuracy, and stylistic clarity — making it the most cited legal dictionary in print. Review terms during your deposition.
MedWords is the most comprehensive medical dictionary application that we have found. This app is a basic necessity for litigators during any depositions related to the medical profession. It has been recommended by several medical malpractice attorneys.
Use ExhibitA to organize and present information on your iPad. It is intended for presentations in the courtroom, boardroom, settlement negotiations and other meetings. It also comes with an easy to use import feature. Avoid shuffling papers during your deposition with this app. Our document scanning is fully compatible with this app.
Dropbox has been on almost every top 20 lists for apps associated with the litigation industry. That said, Dropbox’s lifesaving app is well worth mentioning again. It allows you to upload your files to their site, access them from anywhere, and share with co-workers and clients. An excellent choice just for the backup alone but invaluable when you are trying to share files during a deposition. With this app you can drop files to a partner at the office who can review them while your deposition continues.
If you take notes during depositions or trials, the Evernote app is essential. Evernote is a very popular option and offers apps for both your iPad and desktop all at no charge. Evernote is the digital attorney’s dream application. It seeks to gather all of the miscellaneous bits of information we see every day via Web pages, digital photographs, scanned documents and any other information you see on your computer. Evernote makes it accessible in one centralized location from any computer or mobile device with Internet access. For example, Westlaw users can create a Web clipping of an open case being researched and store that page in Evernote with one click.
Translate is the the next best thing to an actual translator. It lets you translate any text or phrase in 42 different languages. It also lets you double-check an actual translator to ensure accuracy during your interview or deposition.
Notability integrates handwriting, PDF annotation, typing, recording, and organizing so you can take notes your way! Discover the freedom to capture ideas, share insights, and present information during and after your deposition. This app really might replace the legal pad.
Find My Car
So, maybe this app is as much for court reporters as attorneys. Your mind is on the deposition, let this app worry about where you parked your car. Look, even the Wall Street Journal loves this app so do not be embarrassed to buy it: “Wondering around helplessly trying to find your parked car is a common recurring mid-life frustration dream, but it need never again be a reality with this inspired application. Find My Car puts an end to the ignominy of misplacing your car.”
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