Free Webinar:
Top 10 Apps For Lawyers

Top 10 Apps for Lawyers PresentationOver the past twenty years, the Internet evolved from a dial-up connected wonder of AOL chat rooms into an omnipresent, technological giant that lives right in the palm of our hand.

Without a doubt, the arrival of the app-powered smartphone has been one of the most powerful innovations of the past few decades, opening up new ways for people to manage their lives, from running a law firm to simply ordering a coffee ahead of time in order to avoid lines. You know the saying: “There’s an app for that!” And there probably is.

In fact, there are millions of apps available for your mobile device, so how do you know which ones will be helpful in your law practice? What apps should lawyers not only be using — but relying on daily to run their practices more efficiently?

In our upcoming webinar, Brett Burney, Principal of the legal technology consulting firm, Burney Consultants, LLC, will discuss the “Top 10 Apps for Lawyers” that should be on every attorney’s mobile device.

Register today!

Brett will also explore the benefits of law practice management software, and how connecting your firm to the cloud can streamline and mobilize your practice

Register for our free 60-minute webinar on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET to learn about:

  • Viewing and editing Microsoft Word documents
  • Typing and handwriting notes (no more yellow legal pad!)
  • Managing and annotating PDF files
  • Giving a presentation in the boardroom or courtroom
  • Running your practice from your phone.

If you can’t make it on the 19th, register anyway and we’ll send you the slides and a full recording so you can stay “app-to-speed” and manage a more efficient law practice!

Save your seat and see you there!

Is your app-etite so strong you can’t wait? Then make sure to check out some of our previous posts on apps for lawyers.





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