Lexis, Westlaw and Bloomberg
- Hein Online Excellent resource for full-text access to a wide variety of primary and secondary sources in law, historical and current; includes domestic as well as international and foreign sources. Available for iPhone, iPad (Free)
- FastCase Legal research on the go, with multiple ways to sort your results. Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (Free)
- LawBox Mobile law library; app comes with LawBox store to purchase other legal research materials. Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (Free)
- LawSauce An app that provides access to electronic resources for laws in many jurisdictions, including some foreign and international sources as well. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices ($4.99)
- Federal Court Records PACER on the go (note: requires a PACER account.) Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad ($9.99)
Federal Rules, Constitution and BlueBook
- AllLaw Access to Federal Rules and ability to purchase primary legal materials such as federal or state statutes, federal regulations, and United States Supreme Court opinions. (Free)
- Droid Law (aka dLaw) Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Evidence, Appellate Procedure, Criminal Procedure, Bankruptcy Procedure and US Constitution; state and federal codes, select court opinions, CFR, and MPEP available for purchase. Available for Android devices (Free)
- LawStack Mobile law library; comes equipped with US Constitution and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Appellate Procedure, Evidence, Bankruptcy Procedure, and Criminal Procedure; additional titles available for purchase and download from within the app. Available for iPhone, iPad (Free)
- Rulebook This app already includes a vast library of downloadable rules, such as the Federal Rules of Civil/Criminal Procedure; in 2012 they added the 19th edition of The Bluebook as well! Highlight and annotate your favorite rules; have updates to the rules added seamlessly, without disrupting your annotations. Available for iPhone and iPad.
- Black's Law Dictionary All the features of the print version, but with the added convenience of hyperlinking related terms and cross references, an audio feature to hear pronunciations of terms, and the ability to bookmark terms for quick review. Available for iPhone and iPad ($54.99)
- Nolos' Plain English Law Dictionary In addition to the 4000+ legal terms defined in easy-to-understand language, this app allows you to suggest terms you feel they have left out, search an attorney directory, and access the dictionary portion even without access to internet. Available for iPhone and iPad (Free)
- The Law Guide In addition to a legal dictionary (not requiring the internet to be searched), this app houses articles on a variety of legal topics, a legal forum for users to reach out to others, and several legal documents, including the Constitution. Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (Free)
- ABA Journal "Read breaking legal news, updated as it happens throughout every business day, plus out in-depth monthly magazine articles, for free wherever you are." Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (Free)
- American Lawyer "The nation's leading legal monthly magazine now accessible through an app." Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (Free)
- Legal Edge "Stay on top of the latest legal developments that matter to you with updates, news alerts, and case filings from the nation's legal professionals. This app streams free legal content written by experts in all areas of the law." Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad (Free)
- Legal News Reader "Legal News Reader grabs the top stories from the best legal news sites and delivers them to your iPhone. Keep up with law-related issues and interests in one place." Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($0.99)
- Law Ratchet "Law Ratchet delivers the legal news that matters to you. Law Ratchet does the work for you by analyzing thousands of top legal news sources to find the most relevant and interesting articles for your practice areas and interests. We've got you covered whether your favorite legal sources are law reviews, blogs, regulatory websites, magazines or newspapers." Available for iPad (Free)
Law School Exams
Availability on multiple devices varies by app. Click on the device you use (after the app's description) to be directed to the appropriate download site for that app.
- AspenLaw (Wolters Kluwer) Apps for Casenote Legal Briefs, CrunchTime series, and Law in a Flash - all in mobile form Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices (for most apps) (Prices Vary)
- Sum & Substance Audio Series Topics include contracts, criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, and real property Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($59.99 each)
- LexisNexis Law School Q&A Series Variety of legal course topics covered; mobile version of the print series - get the first ten questions of any subject for free. Available for iPad, iPhone, and Android devices ($14.99 each)
Bar Exam Preparation
- BARBRI Access to all BARBRI materials through mobile devices, including written and audio materials and practice tests; includes 1L, 2L, and 3L BARBRI materials as well as bar exam materials for each state. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices (Free with course enrollment)
- Kaplan PMBR Bar Review Access to bar review materials, multistate and individual state components, from the Kaplan Bar Review course. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices (Free with course enrollment)
- Kaplan MBE Flashcards The electronic version of Kaplan's print MBE flashcards, this app has added features such as a proficiency measure to help you gauge your understanding, as well as the ability to search for key terms throughout the "deck" of cards. You can even "shuffle" the cards to test yourself again! Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad (Free-limited time)
- BarMax Course for CA and NY bar exams, the MBE, and the MPRE; all materials download with initial app download (i.e. no need for the internet to study for the bar); unlimited access, even after the course ends. Available for iPhone and iPad (Free when you enroll in the course)
- Bar ExamEdge (AspenLaw) Questions and materials on all MBE subjects; ability to time yourself, answer in review or test mode; in-app ability to purchase more questions (up to 1800 across all subjects). Available for iPhone and iPad ($9.99)
- Themis Bar Review Another online-only bar prep course, with courses available for several jurisdictions; containing both lectures and assessments, with work done via app syncing automatically with the course site; free demo available. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices (Free with course enrollment)
- The Essay Simulator For the CA bar exam only, this app allows you to type out answers to past CA essay questions and compare your answers to the model answers - app by the "Bar Exam Doctor". Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($0.99)
Law Practice Organization
- Wolfram Lawyer's Legal Assistant Provides a variety of services for the legal professional, such as statutes of limitations for all fifty states, a dictionary of legal terms, as well as calendaring services and crime rate and demographic data. Available for iPhone and iPad ($4.99)
- My Legal Projects Helps attorneys prioritize tasks and set reminders; "ideal for summer associates" because it allows you to take note of assignments as they are assigned, and saves the notes for later use with Westlaw Next, handily linked to the app. Available for iPhone and iPad ($1.99)
- Time Master + Billing For tracking billable hours on the go; includes the ability to track and categorize expenses and export billing and expense reports; additional in-app purchases include a means to invoice clients directly from the app . Available for iPhone and iPad ($9.99)
- Court Days Calculate court days or calendar days before and/or after a given date. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($0.99)
- Deponent App Access to a range of deposition questions to help with preparation and organization of depositions; also includes folders for storing outlines prepared for certain depositions and an exhibit folder where exhibits in multiple formats can be uploaded and stored for use in the deposition or court. Available for the iPad ($9.99)
- Exhibit A Assists with organizing and presenting exhibits in court; you control what others see and when; mark-up features allow you to highlight and emphasize certain aspects of your exhibit; multiple media types are supported. Available for iPad ($9.99)
- iJuror Helps with the jury selection process, including making notes on each juror, dragging and dropping to add or replace jurors in the seating arrangement, and save each trials' configurations for later review; similar products: JuryDuty ($29.99), JuryStar ($39.99), JuryTracker ($4.99). iJuror available for iPad and Android devices ($9.99)
- TrialPad Helps manage court documents and prepare 'compelling' court demonstrations. Available for iPad ($89.99)
- Courtroom Objections Provides trial rules for FL, NY, TX, and CA, as well as the Federal Rules of Evidence. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($2.99)
- TrialEvidence Review of basic evidentiary foundations to help prepare for trial. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad ($1.99)
- Mobile Transcript This app not only allows you to house all your deposition and courthouse transcripts in one place, but also allows you to annotate and share them. Available for iPhone, iPad, Android devices, and Blackberry devices.
Find everything you need to know about the U.S. government from the comfort of your mobile device with these apps. NOTE: Many apps may not update as frequently as other sources of law and they may not offer authenticated versions of the law. Always double check information against official sources.
- Bill of Rights: The full text of the Bill Rights. Supports multiple languages. ($1.99)
- The Congressional Record: The Library of Congress has created a great free app for reading the daily edition of the Congressional Record on an iPad or iPhone.
- Congress in Your Pocket: This suite of apps from Cohen Research Group provides frequently updated directories of elected officials and their staff. Apps are available for iOS, Android and Blackberry devices.
- MyCongress: This free app provides detailed information about Congressional officials. Available for iOS and Android
- Real Time Congress: Available from the Sunlight Foundation for iPhone and iPad, this app allows users to track real-time information about Congress from their mobile device.
- OyezToday: This app from the Chicago-Kent College of Law provides access to current U.S. Supreme Court case abstracts, audio recordings and full opinions. It is available for Android devices.
- PocketJustice: Also from Chicago-Kent College of Law, the PocketJustice app is available for iOS and Android devices in both free and paid versions. It provides access to a wealth of U.S. Supreme Court information, including cases, voting information and biographies of Supreme Court Justices.
- White House: This official White House app provide up-to-the-minute information from the White House including photos, videos, blogs and streaming White House events. It is available from USA.gov for iOS and Android devices and is also available as a mobile website.
- Budget of the U.S. Government for FY2013: This mobile website from the GPO provides mobile access to the fiscal year 2013 Budget book and summary tables.
- GAO: The Government Accountability Office offers an app that has the latest Congressional testimony, legal decisions and reports from the GAO. It is available for iOS and Android devices
- Super PAC App: Created by a Harvard Kennedy School student and an MIT student, this free app gives users objective information about the claims made in political ads by detecting which ad is playing through its audio track. Currently only available for iOS devices.
Florida Specific Apps
Find information about Florida and their laws using these apps. NOTE: Many apps may not update as frequently as other sources of law and they may not offer authenticated versions of the law. Always double check information against official sources and confirm when apps were last updated.
- The Florida Bar Mobile Apps A free mobile App that allows members and the general public to access Florida Bar News articles addressing issues of interest to the legal profession and a quick member look up via the Find A Lawyer search. Available for iOS and Android devices.
- Florida Statutes for Android Florida Statutes for Android is the statutory law of the state of Florida for Android phones.
- Florida Law Weekly Florida Law Weekly's app to help you keep current in all matters of Florida Law. Search Florida Law Weekly's extensive database, sign up for e-mail alerts to keep current, or contact our offices for help and information. Android