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Apps in Law

By Brett Burney : Apps for Lawyers

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There are millions of apps available for your mobile device but how do know which ones will be helpful in your practice? Brett Burney has helped hundreds of lawyers better integrate mobile devices into their practice and he posts short, helpful, video reviews on In each episode of this podcast, Brett interviews a lawyer or legal professional to learn about one (or more) apps that they use every day in their practice.

Customer Reviews

Great podcast for everyone

This is a great podcast! Just the right length and the tips are immediately usable for any iPad or iPhone user. As a lawyer I appreciate the legal focus.

Thoughtful, Practical Insight

Brett Burney's podcast (and website) are excellent. He has a gift for explaining technology and features. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone looking to improve their law firm, business or life with tech.

Great Podcast! Lots to Learn

So happy to see this podcast hit the "airwaves". There is nobody better than Bret Burney for discussing the use of apps in your law practice - be they Mac, in some cases Windows, mobile, or cloud based. He covers all of that and more in a cheerful, energetic, fun show. A definite "go to" and a podcast I am sure will thrive.

Apps in Law
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  • Free
  • Category: Gadgets
  • Language: English

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