Tag Archives: Apps

Tech Tip of the Month: Two-Factor Authentication is your (Kinda’ Weird) Friend!

By Jason Tubinis We all have “that” friend, right? They text at weird hours, they can act a little awkward in otherwise normal situations, they have a knack for showing up at the worst time, etc. But you still hang … Continue reading

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Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is the 226th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution by the Constitutional Convention. Want to know more about the constitutional implications of a specific issue or topic? Go to Congress.gov and take a look at the Constitution … Continue reading

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Free Federal Rules Apps

On August 22, you can get the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, Bankruptcy Procedure, Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Evidence for the rulebook app free of charge (sorry Android users, iPad and iPhone only). The rulebook app is free itself, … Continue reading

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iPad Apps for Lawyers and Law Students

Here are some iPad apps that will help you both in your career as a lawyer and during your time as a law student.  Applications include MBE Flashcards, U.S. Constitution, Legislation News, the Bill of Rights and more.  Take a … Continue reading

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