This blog is a collection of thoughts and ideas about using the iPad and other iOS devices. Original posts as well as collections of other posts are gathered together to help you most effectively use your devices and computers. When possible, “how to” posts are created to help explain various tasks.
As some have asked, my law firm web page can be found at www.kahnlawfirm.com.
Thanks for reading these posts and contributing your thoughts. I look forward to answering any questions I can.
Justin S. Kahn, Charleston, South Carolina
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Very nice site. Will check in regularly to look for tips. Thanks for doing this.
We just finished building a FREE app where Lawyers can read deposition and court transcripts on an iPhone & iPad. The app, called Mobile Transcript, is in the App Store right now:
Our service just launched seven days ago. And we’re actually going to add so many more cool features for iPad users, like hyperlinked exhibits in PDF and creating deposition summaries & e-mailing them out to clients and expert witnesses in seconds.
So our app is one of the very few actual productivity apps created just for lawyers (even comes with a billing timer that logs all of your reading time & itemizes it by case, witness, date, time, down to the minute).
I look forward to reading more of your blogs, Justin. If you get a moment, please visit our website. Lawyers will just need to ask their court reporters for a Mobile Transcript!
Keep up the great work!
You might want to know that the South Carolina Court of Appeals has installed a large flat screen display and provided VGA and HDMI connections for the Attorneys
I know how to name documents on Pages thanks to you!
Justin, I have read some of your posts in the past, usually on a link from TechnoLawyer. Today is the first time I have scrolled through your site. It is great. Good content. Good appearance. Written in English rather than legalese or geek. Thanks.
I thought your blog entry on using witness folders in TrialPad was very useful. Thank you for your effort.