This past Friday, I had the honor to fill an open spot as a panelist for This WEEK in LAW, where I am currently interning. Being on the panel provided a learning opportunity to experience talking with other attorneys about current issues at the intersection of technology and the law. Watch below and let me know…
This is the second part of a series of posts in which I will profile the apps and services I found essential to my first year as a law student. The first semester I restricted use to a laptop. After receiving an iPad 2 for Christmas, the second semester was limited to in-class use of the iPad and free reign while at home.
For more on Evernote, see my previous post on the desktop clients available.
3: Evernote for iPhone/ Evernote for Android
Evernote is a powerful little tool to carry in your pocket. I currently have an iPhone 4S, but had an HTC Eris and had Evernote installed on that as well. It appears as though there is a new version of Evernote for Android, which you can read more about at the official Evernote blog. For the most part, I never used the phone version of Evernote during class. It just doesn’t look great to be on your cell phone during class, despite the fact you know you’re using Evernote.