Limited introductory rate of only $75 Buy it now at the SBM Store. Select e-Learning after login. TO ACCESS THE VIDEOS after purchase, simply click the "Purchase History" link in the right-side navigation, then select "e-Learning." The "Launch Course" link will take you to the e-Learning videos.
Follow along as nationally renowned speaker Brett Burney introduces you to the iPad in this 14-module course. This is the same material covered in our all-day live seminar minus the lunch and coffee breaks. Study at your leisure, stop and rewind the video when you need to focus on a point, and repeat the modules as often as you would like in order to experience first-hand the many useful tips and tricks presented in this seminar. Tour the iPad from basics and beyond—learn the best apps, settings, and hardware to make using the iPad in your practice easy. This seminar is suitable for all experience levels.
Sample the course by playing the video below from Session 12: Using the iPad in the Courtroom.
More than 6 hours of instruction includes:
Introduction to the iPad
Quick Tour of the iPad
Getting Documents Onto the iPad
A Day in the Life of an iPad Using Attorney
Top Ten "Must Have" iPad Apps
Top Ten "Must Have" iPad Apps (Part 2)
Recommended Settings for the iPad
Printing From the iPad
Legal Research on the iPad
Getting the Most Out of e-Mail on the iPad
Giving a Presentation on the iPad
Using the iPad in the Courtroom
Synching with iCloud
Taking Notes on the iPad
Buy it today at the SBM Store. Select e-Learning after login.
Brett Burney—Brett Burney is principal of Burney Consultants LLC, and focuses the bulk of his time on bridging the chasm between the legal and technology frontiers of electronic discovery. Brett is also very active in the Mac-using lawyer community, working with lawyers who desire to integrate Macs, iPhones, & iPads into their practice. Prior to establishing Burney Consultants LLC, Brett spent over 5 years at the law firm of Thompson Hine LLP where he worked with litigation teams in building document databases, counseling on electronic discovery issues, and supporting them at trial. Brett graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2000 and quickly became active in the world of legal technology. Brett is a frequent contributor to Law.com and speaks around the country on litigation support, e-discovery, Mac, and iOS-related topics.