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Law Firm Website Apps – Mobile Apps

By Web Perseverance, Inc.
Legal and Internet Marketing Consultant
In today’s digital world, a mobile device just might be an attorney’s best friend. No matter where you are, you can read email, speak with a client, check with your office or use the recording function to create a voice memo of a judge’s instructions. And that’s not all!

Legal apps emerged as the mobile device market grew by leaps and bounds. In a few short years, there were legal apps at every turn —apps for time tracking, billing, calendars, communications and Black’s Law Dictionary. Cliff Maier reference apps, for example, contain the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Appellate Procedure. In some areas, attorneys can use mobile applications to access court records and dockets, check the Rules of the Court and state Constitutions.

Now, we have the law firm website app, a mobile solution for iPad, iPhone, Blackberry and Android. Like you, clients are on the go. They are traveling, at conventions, in meetings, social functions or sports events, but still need to stay in touch with you about their case. Not only does a firm website app increase your visibility, but it will also let clients and prospective clients interact with your firm in innovative ways.

Away from the office? Don’t have a business card at hand? Not to worry. If you have a website app, you can invite colleagues and prospective clients to download your app.

What can a mobile website app do for your firm? Give us a call at (631) 765-8098 and explore the possibilities. It’s a new frontier.

AUTHOR: Cindy LeClaire

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Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, it is not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations will differ and should be discussed with an expert and/or lawyer.For specific technical or legal advice on the information provided and related topics, please contact the author.

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