Why You Should Join the Growing Number of Attorneys Using iPads

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I found the comprehensive study released by the ABA on attorneys’ use of technology very interesting. Kevin O’Keefe summarized the study done by Jeff Richardson as follows:

In 2012, 33% of all attorneys report using a tablet for law-related tasks (more than double the 15% in 2011), and 91% of the 33% (or 30% of all attorneys) are using an iPad. In light of the ease of use and wide availability of good programs being developed for the iPad, I am firmly of the opinion that it (and perhaps its Google counterpart the Nexus 7) will continue to expand greatly in the legal field. Attorneys can take control of the devices from their kids, and start using them for the office, mediation and trial.

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