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The iPad is turning out to be a very useful tool for litigation attorneys, including personal injury lawyers. There are a number of iPad apps that have been developed over that past year that are intended to assist litigators at all stages of a case, from drafting pleadings and taking depositions to choosing a jury and trying a case.

Let’s begin with a few pre-trial apps available that might be of interest to trial attorneys.

First, there’s The Deponent App ($9.99), whcih assists lawyers in preparing for and taking depositions. You can find a review here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog.

The iPleading App ($9.99) is intended to assist lawyers in drafting a pleading. You can find a review here at the Lawsites blog.

Finally, The Mobile Transcript App (free) allows lawyers to review and annotate depositions on their iPads. You can find a review here at iPhone JD.

There are also a few apps that assist lawyers in choosing juries.

First, there’s Jury Tracker ($4.99) You can find a review here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog or here at TabletLegal.

Jury Duty ($29.99) is another similar app. You can find a review here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog.

Finally, there’s iJuror ($9.99). You can find a review here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation Technology blog.

And, finally, the trial presentation apps.

First, there’s TrialPad 2.0 ($89.99). You can find a review of the app here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog, here at TabletLegal or here at Legal iPad.

RLTC Evidence ($4.99) is another trial presentation app. You can find a review here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog.

Finally there is Exhibit A ($9.99). You can find a review of Exhibit A here (http://www.tabletlegal.com/exhibit-a-interface-issues/) at the TabletLegal blog or here at the Court Technology and Trial Presentation blog.

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