San Francisco lawyer Christopher B. Dolan’s favorite litigation tool is Trial Touch, an iPad app for trial presentation that he says allows him to prep, organize and try a case while collaborating with his office staff on all documentation.
Roanoke, Va., lawyer Robert Dean’s favorite trial tool is TrialPad, a document presentation app for theiPad that allows him to enhance, zoom and annotate exhibits in court with only a projector, a screen and his iPad.
Montrose, Colo., lawyer David L. Masters doesn’t have a favorite tool, but says PDF writer Adobe Acrobat is the application that has allowed his office to go paperless for more than 10 years and can also be used to present evidence in court.
Those were some of the results of a survey of technology gurus in the legal field on the technology tools they use most in their law practice.
The survey was conducted in conjunction with an ABA Techshow presentation Thursday called “All the Tools in the Toolbox: Technology in the Courtroom.” The session explored some of the pros’ “must have” technology as well as some cutting-edge tools that are or will soon become available for trial presentation purposes.