Deciding Whether Law Firms Should Have an App for That

, The Legal Intelligencer


One thing Fox Rothschild family law partner Eric Solotoff has learned in the five years his practice group has run a blog is that clients are looking for lawyers in less traditional ways.

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  • Brian Borskjaer - Director LTS, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

    Great article! We developed a document review app called CASEFOLIO (available as a free download with an in app purchase through iTunes). Our lawyers use it to review, search, filter and annotate documents on their iPad. Our experience is the development time is substantial, especially, as you need to commit to continually upgrading your app to ensure you don't end up with an outdated app.

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