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The Mobile Lawyer: 2014


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Slides from my presentation on mobile apps and social media for attorneys, presented on July 8, 2014 for Dakota County's CLE series.

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The Mobile Lawyer: 2014

  1. 1. The Mobile Lawyer Ellen Q. Jaquette,
  2. 2. Mobile Lawyers: Current Stats 91.4% NAH % of Lawyers Using a Smartphone Outside the Office for work 2013 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, VI-40
  3. 3. Mobile Lawyers: Devices 62.4% 22.2% 16% 0.9% iPhone/iOS Android BlackBerry Windows 2013 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, VI-52
  4. 4. Email Telephone Calendar Contacts Internet Text Messaging
  5. 5. Legal Research: Popular Apps Fastcase Primary federal & state materials; Court rules Lawstack $ In-app purchases WestlawNext $ Subscription required Lexis Advance $ Subscription required “Federal Rules” $ Multiple apps (free & $), check out Rulebook app for offline rules + Bluebook 2013 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, VI-xxvi
  6. 6. Business: Popular Apps Dropbox Online document storage Evernote Document storage, note taking, can save web content LinkedIn Social Media Dragon Dictation Dictation software for your iPhone PDF Readers Multiple apps available to download, read, and annotate PDF documents 2013 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, VI-xxvi
  7. 7. Apps to Try: 2014 Microsoft Office Official apps for Office, availability varies depending on device. Requires Office 365 Account to use. If this then that Organize your content from apps and social media sites. Boomerang Works with Gmail to compose, schedule, and hide messages. Coffitivity Plays ambient noises from a coffee shop to help you focus and boost creativity
  8. 8. Image: Kris Krug , Security
  9. 9. “. . . a critical bug was discovered. . . .that can allow anyone on the internet to possibly uncover names, passwords, and content you send to a seemingly secure website.” “Adobe data breach involved 152+ millions of usernames and hashed password pairs . . . .[M]aybe more important is that 2.8 million of that records were encrypted credit card details.” “Hackers have stolen usernames and passwords for nearly two million accounts at Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and others . . . .”
  10. 10. Client Confidentiality “A lawyer shall make reasonable efforts to prevent the inadvertent or unauthorized disclosure of, or unauthorized access to, information relating to the representation of a client.” - ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct 1.6(c)
  11. 11. Standard of Care: MN + Beyond • Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct 1.6, Comment 15, 16. • Ethics opinions on cloud computing: _offices/legal_technology_resources/resources/ charts_fyis/cloud-ethics-chart.html
  12. 12. Security: Apps to Help Secure Passwords Dashlane, LastPass, 1Password Dual Authentication Google Authenticator Data Encryption Boxcryptor, Safemonk Device Location Services Find my iPhone, Lookout
  13. 13. Social Media
  14. 14. 22% 71% 18% 55.80% 39.90% 19.30% 79.2% 26.6% 14.1% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Personal-Professional Use Firm Use All Users Social Media: Numbers 2013 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, VI-33-34; 38, 35. & Pew Research Internet Project, Social Media Update 2013, platforms/
  15. 15. Social Media: Goals Networking Current Awareness Marketing Competitive Intelligence Cute Cat Pictures
  16. 16. Image: Douglas Wray, via Instagram: 5/
  17. 17. Social Media: Apps to Help Hootsuite Mange posts, conversations, and social updates for all platforms in one interface. Good for groups. Provides analytics. Buffer Posts to multiple sites, schedules posts, provides analytics across platforms Everypost Simultaneous social media posts to multiple sites
  18. 18. Social Media: Help • Understand your privacy: – Digital Shadow – PrivacyFix • Consult guidelines before researching or communicating on social media
  19. 19. Don’t be this guy!
  20. 20. Questions? @equaley