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Mobile Applications for Law Students and Lawyers: Guide Overview

Provides information about current mobile applications that might be of interest to law students and lawyers. Download links for apps are provided for Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Palm, and other devices. Check back often for new apps!
URL: http://libguides.law.ucla.edu/mobilelegalapps

Mobile App Search Engines & Stores

Overview

Mobile applications are becoming increasingly popular and relevant to all aspects of our daily lives. This LibGuide highlights a number of mobile applications that might be of interest to law students and lawyers. Please check each listing for download links for your specific device. If you know of a mobile app that is not listed in this guide, please let us know by sharing the link in the box below titled "Got Apps?"

 A word of caution: while many mobile apps are incredibly helpful, they should not be used as replacements for official sources of law. Please rely on the official sources available at the Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library, in your employer's law library, or on certified governmental websites when referencing sources of law.

Featured Apps

Mobile Apps for Law - Newly Released Apps

Mobileappsforlaw.com hosts a free RSS feed that provides information regarding new mobile apps that may be of interest to law students and lawyers. To view the full entry for featured apps, users must be subscribed to the Mobileappsforlaw.com database. Additional information about the database may be found at www.mobileappsforlaw.com.

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Device Survey

What type of smartphone or handheld device do you use? If you use more than one type of device (such as the iPad and an Android phone), please let us know the types in a comment. Thank you!

Device Survey
Android: 166 votes (45.11%)
Blackberry: 22 votes (5.98%)
iPad: 44 votes (11.96%)
iPhone: 89 votes (24.18%)
iPod Touch: 4 votes (1.09%)
Palm: 3 votes (0.82%)
I use one or more different types of smartphones: 24 votes (6.52%)
Other: 16 votes (4.35%)
Total Votes: 368