As we noted in Part One of this post, iPads have become ubiquitous in courtrooms and depositions and are used for everything from keeping organized to presenting evidence. Since 2011, when BullsEye first surveyed some of the most popular apps for trial, the number of litigation-related apps has grown significantly. In part two of our 40 Essential Apps for Trial Lawyers survey, we will examine apps that can assist with trial preparation, e-discovery, jury selection, and more.
In courtrooms and depositions across the country, the iPad is replacing the legal pad as an essential accoutrement of trial lawyers. Since we reported the most popular apps for trial in 2011, the number and variety of litigation-related apps has continued to grow, expanding into categories like e-discovery. Our original list included 8 apps. While surveying for 2015, our list grew to 40.
Continue reading to view part one of our survey of 40 Essential Apps for Trial Lawyers.