How to never forget anything—incorporating Evernote into your practice Print E-mail
Written by Philippe Doyle Gray   
Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Practical uses for Evernote in day-to-day legal practice management from the perspective of 2 trial lawyers—one who practises in criminal law, and the other in civil law.

Presented at ABA TECHSHOW 2015, my American colleague and I explain how we use Evernote in our professional lives to make them easier. We show you how Evernote can:

  1. manage client files
  2. deal with business cards
  3. put faces to names when you forget
  4. streamline client intake
  5. improve note taking at continuing professional development seminars
  6. be used to conduct a simple, paperless trial
  7. help you keep up with professional reading (and find that useful article again when you need it), and
  8. link case summaries and headnotes to the full text of the respective cases

We have short, explanatory videos and annotated images because some things are better seen than read. Most of the videos run only a few minutes each. Just click on the links in the paper and start watching.

The paper is designed with a legal audience in mind, but is probably well understood by professionals and anyone with an interest in using Evernote better.

Download the written materials by clicking here.


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