Archive for the ‘legal apps’ Category

  • Legal eBooks

    Lighten your book load by using ebooks! Many legal books are now available for mobile devices—whether through services like Amazon’s Kindle platform or through free resources, such as those offered by CALI’s eLangdell Bookstore. The eLangdell Bookstore has a variety of free legal ebooks under the Creative Commons license that are available across multiple platforms: PDF, […] Read more...
  • Legal Apps: Study Aids

    The lives of law students are not known for copious amounts of free time. Finding time to study can be difficult, but these mobile apps make it much easier to study on-the-go and at your own pace. Kaplan provides a free MBE flashcard app and instructional videos to help you prepare for the Multistate Bar […] Read more...
  • Legal Apps to Keep You Connected

    One of the best parts of having legal apps for mobile devices is the ability to stay up-to-date on all the latest news. Whether you’re trying to stay up-to-date with the profession as a whole, or if you’re interested in tracking the latest developments in specific areas like Electronic Discovery, there are several great apps […] Read more...
  • Legal Research Apps

    Finding legal resources has never been easier or more mobile. There are many free legal research apps for iOS (iPad, iPhone) and Android devices, and many more available for a small price. Three of the best reference apps for on-the-go lawyers and law students are Fastcase, WestlawNext, and HeinOnline. While the desktop version of Fastcase […] Read more...
  • Mobile Apps for Law Students and Lawyers

    Coming soon to the library are two e-readers! We’ll soon debut our Nook and Kindle Fire as part of our new digital reading collection, and we hope you will find the resources on these devices helpful and informative as you browse them in the library. Over the next few months, we’ll be profiling some of […] Read more...