Why Are Legal Apps So Focused on iPhone and iOS?

by Joshua Auriemma April 5, 2011 Legal
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The most recent comScore Smartphone Market Share Report reveals that Android is now the most widely-used mobile OS in the United States. So why is it that most legal app developers are either (1) testing the waters with; or (2) developing exclusively for iOS rather than Android?1 Gavel bang to Daniel from the Corner In The […]

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Legal Geekery Podcast Episode 24

by Laura Bergus March 26, 2011 Featured Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:00 — 51.3MB) | Embed US News Rankings, iPad 2, Twitter trademark, bar review, LG site redesign, picking a case management system, and more.

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22. BarBri is Up for Sale and Kaplan Can Smell Law Student Fear

by Laura Bergus February 2, 2011 Featured Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 59:56 — 54.9MB) | Embed Internet Data Retention, The Body Takes on TSA, Barbri v. Kaplan, and more.

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Access Barbri Bar Review Materials from iPad/iPhone for Free!

by Joshua Auriemma June 30, 2010 Geekery

As some of you know, Barbri offers the ability to access bar prep materials on your iPhone or iPad for a fee.  What you may not know is that the Barbri Mobile device has some serious limitations: 1. You can’t use your Barbri account on both an iPad AND an iPhone (and if you upgrade […]

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Copyright Propaganda, Facebook Spying, and Lawbrarians

by Joshua Auriemma September 23, 2009 Podcasts Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:19:07 — 72.4MB) | Embed Introductory Stuff Laura’s not on a journal and isn’t doing OCI, and that’s why she’s still sane Federal clerkship interviews are crazy pants

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Expedition: Bar Exam

by Joshua Auriemma June 8, 2009 Advice

Blondini joins us this week as a guest poster. So I have started the expedition made by thousands of law school graduates every June, lasting until the end of July.  For two months we will will stagger between Starbucks and the library while our family and friends bask in the sun unfettered and revel in the […]

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Bar Exam Classes v. Interesting Classes

by Joshua Auriemma April 26, 2009 Law School

Every semester I face the following question: should I take classes that will be useful to me on the Bar Exam, or should I take classes in which I’ll actually be interested? The way I see it, none of my professors were hired for their amazing teaching skills.  That’s not to say that none of […]

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