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Re: Mac Wares for the Jurisprudence Crowd
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2008-07-29 15:11:59
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"The Jury Loved My iBook" is how Peter Zavaletta begins his testimonial on MacLaw Online. A personal injury and medical malpractice attorney in Brownsville, Texas, Zavaletta attributes his victory in an obstetrical negligence case in part to his array of Mac tools. He edited his video depositions in iMovie (for OS X) on his PowerMac G4 733, burned them onto DVDs with iDVD 2, and played them on his iBook 600, which was connected to the courtroom's built-in Epson projector.


Re: Mac Wares for the Jurisprudence Crowd
Posted by: accuratelegalbilling 2019-04-16 23:42:25 In reply to: Erika Morphy
A very informative article, I must say. I will certainly be checking out some of these apps.
Meanwhile, if you’re in the legal business looking for a good time tracking, capturing and billing software, ALB is the ultimate solution for you.
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