iPhone Apps for Law Students and Profs

From the October 2009 edition of the ABA Journal, this information about iPhone applications that will interest students and professors:

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ($2.99);

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure ($2.99);

Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ($4.99);

Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure ($2.99);

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure ($2.99);

Federal Rules of Evidence ($2.99);

Lanham Act ($2.99);  

Sarbanes-Oxley Act ($1.99);

Combined securities laws including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Invest ment Company Act of 1940 and the Invest ment Advis ers Act of 1940 ($4.99);

Federal copyright code ($1.99);

Federal patent laws ($2.99).


-Bridget Crawford

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3 Responses to iPhone Apps for Law Students and Profs

  1. Ann Bartow says:

    I have officially been outgeeked!

  2. efink says:

    I have FRCP and the US Constitution (both free) on my gPhone. My Civ Pro students were surprisingly underwhelmed when I demonstrated these applications for them.

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