How to Use this Guide
So you're interested in apps for law school and the law profession? Thanks for visiting this research guide! On this first page you'll notice links to app search engines for various mobile devices. But don't stop here! Using the tabs at the top of the screen, view the other pages of this research guide to find apps in the following areas:
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This resource is not an exhaustive list of law-related apps; as we know, more and more apps are created every day. If you know of an app that we have not listed that you feel should be included in this resource, please let us know about it by clicking the link below.
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This guide was created to provide patrons with basic information on a variety of today's apps for the study and practice of law. In addition, we have included a page on apps that can assist with personal and professional organization and productivity. If there are additional apps you would like to see in this resource, please let us know, either by sharing a link in the form below this box or by offering feedback in the form to the right.
Please note: The apps listed in this guide are not endorsed by the law school or library in any way; rather they are listed as a product of research into the most popular and helpful apps for the law and legal communities.
There are hundreds of apps that relate to the legal field, and the number continues to grow. We have only listed a sampling of some of the most popular legal apps here. If you feel that we have left out one that ought to be included, please let us know in the Suggest Other Apps box to the left.
App Search Engines
The tabs across the top of the screen will lead you to the other pages of this guide featuring apps to aid you in law school and law practice. If you're looking for more, listed below are search engines for finding apps on any subject:
KF 320.A9 M48 2012
This book offers great tips for how an iPad can benefit a lawyer, and provides recommendations for apps that can aid in productivity and law-specific tasks. Plus, as alluded to in the title, this book is a quick study, providing a wealth of information in a short span of pages. Well worth a glance!