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Friday, Dec 13 2013
Friday, Dec 13 2013

iPads and other light-weight computer devices are being used more and more in today's practice of law. The iPad can increase productivity, save time, money and provide attorneys with a competitive edge at the bargaining table. Taught by an experienced commercial law practitioner (and iPad enthusiast) with over 30 years of transactional experience, this unique program will include iPad apps for: Basic Principles for Choosing Apps; Useful Accessories; Core iPad Skills; Finding Apps; Printing; Transaction Scenarios; Document Management; Using PDFs; Note-taking; Improved E-mail Formatting; Word Processing (including Track Changes); Outlining; To Do's & Task Management; Meeting Agendas & Notes; Presentations (including PowerPoint); Spreadsheets; Project Management; Diagrams; Scanning & Faxing; Time Keeping. After a review of the new iOS for the iPad and iPhone, and upgraded must-have apps, a demonstration on how to use these apps together in the course of a deal will be explained. Who Should Attend? Any attorney that wishes to take advantage of the latest technology and stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving practice of law.

New York,New Jersey & California Credit: 1.5 credits in professional practice. This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys. Illinois Credit: Pennsylvania Credit: To Be determined


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