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Mobile Apps for Lawyers: Study Aids

General

AnkiDroid is a an extremely popular flashcard study app that allows you to make your own cards or use pre-made decks (over 6,000 available). It also features speech-to-text recognition and provides you with thorough statistics on your progress. Available on Android devices.
CLE Mobile lets you take continuing legal education courses on your phone, and then submit courses for credit. Available on iPhone and iPad.
DropBox, allows you to share your files anywhere--now on all of your mobile devices, too. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices.
Asana lets you keep track of research projects and their unique requirements while you're on coop or practicing law after school. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices. $
Podio has a workflow module, providing hypothetical scenarios and customer support service. Available on iPhone and Pad and Android devices.

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BARBRI Mobile App lets your bar study obligations follow you wherever you go if you've signed up for the course. With streaming lecture videos, bar review outlines, and percentile rankings comparing you to thousands of other BARBRI students, there's no excuse not to be studying. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices

BarMax is a lower-cost alternative to most bar review courses, with lectures, outlines and real MBE questions. This could be a good alternative for a motivated self-starter who doesn't need the structure of a traditional class. This app only covers the MBE portion of the bar, but additional state-specific apps can also be downloaded for a price. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices

Themis Bar Review gives you everything you need to prepare for the MPRE, with no need to sign up for an attendant bar review course. Available on iPhone and Pad and Android devices
Kaplan MBE Flashcards, while not a complete bar review course, are a nice supplement to your regular bar prep. This app includes not only flash cards, but instructional videos as well. Available on iPhone and iPad
Law School Dojo is a supplemental tool for law school classes. While the basic app is free, the add-ons will are sold for reasonable prices. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices.
MBE Flashcards. For Android devices
MPRE Flashcards. For Android devices
AdaptiBar is another lower-cost alternative to the big bar review giants. This exclusively online course is available at a competitive price. This app contains substantive lectures, as well as a number of practice questions. Available on iPhone and iPad and Android devices.

1L ​was created by same Harvard Law School alumni behind BarMax bar Review and LSATMAX LSAT Prep. It provides audio lectures, black-letter law outlines, MC questions, practice essays, Emanuel Law in a Flash and Casenote Legal Briefs for every single first year subject: Civil Procedures, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Torts, and Real Property. Available on iPhone and iPad.

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Lexis Legal Study Aids Collection on iOS or Android