PUTTING THE “APP” INAPPELLATE PRACTICEBlake HawthorneRich PhillipsDon Cruse
Electronic Copy of MaterialsSCOTXBlog:www.scotxblog.comTexas Appellate Watch Blog:www.TexasAppellateWatch.typepad.com
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iBooks
LegalViewer
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Law-Related AppsRulebook WestlawLexis FastCase
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The iPad asPart of theWriting Process
Photo by purdman1on Flickr
Microsoft Word
Madman ArchitectCarpenter Judge
Gathering IdeasStructuring ThoughtsMind-mapping appsNote-taking appsOutlining appsSimple text editorsWhere is the iPad str...
iThoughts HD
MindNode
Our simple exampledoesn’t really show off thebenefits of MindNode
As a larger example,here’s the map I usedwhen first thinking aboutthis panel
Exporting from MindNode
OmniOutliner for iPad
Rearranging Headings in OmniOutliner
Or find a tool thatcan transformOPML into a fileformat you needCould use the iPadas a “second screen”to consult whileyou’re ...
makeDoc
DOCX for use in Word(or importing to WordPerfect)Export as OPML Export as Markdown
This ishow thedefault Wordstyles look
But if you’veadapted the defaultWord styles to a legalformat, you mightget this
Putting the "App" in Appellate Practice
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"What are the iPad apps that can actually make the day-to-day work of appellate law easier or more enjoyable? Three appellate lawyers discuss and demonstrate."

A panel discussion at the UT Conference on State and Federal Appeals 2013, with Blake Hawthorne, Rich Phillips, and Don Cruse. This version of the presentation has replaced the live demonstrations and video screencasts with still photos.

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Putting the "App" in Appellate Practice

  1. 1. PUTTING THE “APP” INAPPELLATE PRACTICEBlake HawthorneRich PhillipsDon Cruse
  2. 2. Electronic Copy of MaterialsSCOTXBlog:www.scotxblog.comTexas Appellate Watch Blog:www.TexasAppellateWatch.typepad.com
  3. 3. Reading AppsLegalViewerGoodReaderiBooksiAnnotate PDF
  4. 4. iBooks
  5. 5. LegalViewer
  6. 6. GoodReaderHyperlinks
  7. 7. GoodReaderBackButton
  8. 8. iAnnotate PDFHyperlinks
  9. 9. iAnnotate PDFBackButton
  10. 10. Note Taking AppsiAnnotate PDF NotesPlus
  11. 11. iAnnotate PDF
  12. 12. iAnnotate PDF
  13. 13. iAnnotate PDF
  14. 14. NotesPlus
  15. 15. NotesPlus
  16. 16. Law-Related AppsRulebook WestlawLexis FastCase
  17. 17. Rulebook
  18. 18. Rulebook
  19. 19. WestlawNext
  20. 20. WestlawNext
  21. 21. WestlawNext
  22. 22. The iPad asPart of theWriting Process
  23. 23. Photo by purdman1on Flickr
  24. 24. Microsoft Word
  25. 25. Madman ArchitectCarpenter Judge
  26. 26. Gathering IdeasStructuring ThoughtsMind-mapping appsNote-taking appsOutlining appsSimple text editorsWhere is the iPad strong?
  27. 27. iThoughts HD
  28. 28. MindNode
  29. 29. Our simple exampledoesn’t really show off thebenefits of MindNode
  30. 30. As a larger example,here’s the map I usedwhen first thinking aboutthis panel
  31. 31. Exporting from MindNode
  32. 32. OmniOutliner for iPad
  33. 33. Rearranging Headings in OmniOutliner
  34. 34. Or find a tool thatcan transformOPML into a fileformat you needCould use the iPadas a “second screen”to consult whileyou’re typing into afull computer.You have an OPML file.Now what?
  35. 35. makeDoc
  36. 36. DOCX for use in Word(or importing to WordPerfect)Export as OPML Export as Markdown
  37. 37. This ishow thedefault Wordstyles look
  38. 38. But if you’veadapted the defaultWord styles to a legalformat, you mightget this

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