A few weeks ago, I had to attend a hearing and found out the day before that the Judge wanted a pre-hearing brief. I had no time to impress her with legal writing skills and decided to take a risk by cutting and pasting copies of important sections from the medical exhibits onto the brief as evidence for my arguments. It ended up being approximately ten pages and I was extremely nervous handing it to the judge. But all nerves went away when the judge told me how happy she was with my brief and wished everyone would do the same.
Oh by the way…I won
It has been awhile since I last wrote and I do apologize for it….but I am happy to report that I am seeing more attorneys with iPads in the courtroom! In fact, my own boss is planning to implement iPads within the firm for all the attorneys! I have been busy preparing her iPad with all the necessary apps and am looking forward to hearing about her first experience with it
I was at a hearing recently and the judge requested a specific medical document. What would have taken another attorney a request to keep the record open or at least 20-30 minutes to find the document by going through each page, it took me a whole of 45 seconds! How? I used the search option on PDFExpert and found exactly what I was looking for within the client’s exhibit files.