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The best Android apps for lawyers include Droidlaw, calendering, to do lists, time sheets, note taking and several state, specialized and other code applications. But there are also communications and synchronization tools that help the law professional to coordinate and share data with their PC. There is also a great files management app that will allow work with Android files.Droidlaw is a nicely rated app that includes Federal rules of Civil Procedure, Evidence, Appellate and Criminal Procedure in a format that allows searching, bookmarking, copying, sharing and note taking. It also allows material to be saved to SD. Droidlaw also has an add on: United States Supreme Court Cases, but it needs updating beyond 2005.
A PrintSpot is a specially equipped printer which allows you to print any document from your smartphone or laptop from anywhere you are without the use special software or print drivers. A PrintSpot can be located anywhere there is a printer…such as a hotel lobby or business center, a café, an airport club, a library, a school, an office or a healthcare facility. A PrintSpot is easy to setup and easy to use.
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A PrintSpot works by harnessing the power of the Internet to connect you no matter where you are to one of thousands of PrintSpots around the world. You need only be connected to the Internet and the PrintSpots service does the rest compiling your document and securely sending it to the PrintSpot of your choice so you can print it on demand when you get there.
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A well-documented file is often the best defence, especially if it contains evidence of the work done on a matter. Sometimes there will be no other source for that information. On many malpractice claims the lawyer and client will disagree or have different recollections on what was said or done – or not said or done.
Credibility is a critical factor for defending malpractice claims and LAWPRO finds claims are difficult to successfully defend if the lawyer has not made efforts to include written or electronic correspondence, notes on personal or phone conversations and other documentation in the file. Clients usually have very specific recollections of what was said or done, and lawyers frequently have little or no recollection of what happened on a specific file.