Law-Related Apps

congressWhether you got a new tablet over the winter break, or if you’ve finally broken free of that cell phone contract to get something new, you may be wondering what mobile apps are available to make your life a little easier as a law student.  From straightforward legal research apps like WestlawNext or Lexis Advance to notetaking software like Evernote, the good news is that there are a lot available. The library has both created an online list of apps that may be of use to you and featured apps in one of last Spring’s Library Abridged sessions. Some favorites around the library include:

  • 30/30 – A timed task manager [iOS]
  • WestlawNext – now available for both iOS and Android systems
  • Google Drive – recently updated with increased functionality [iOS & Android], and
  • Flipboard – an attractive news aggregator [iOS & Android]

If you ever have questions about an app, you can always ask at the Reference Desk.

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