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Studying and Exam Taking / LawLibe
« on: January 09, 2011, 12:41:09 PM »
We've released a new free app called LawLibe on the iTunes store - it gives you access to our entire content library, including the U.S. Constitution, Federal Rules, U.S. Code, Code of Federal Regulations, M.P.E.P., and various state statutes.

Check it out here:

Studying and Exam Taking / Re: The Law Pod
« on: July 18, 2010, 07:37:57 PM »
U.S. Code, Code of Federal Regulations, and State Law apps now available for download in the iTunes Store!

Click here to view and download:

Federalist Papers now available for download on iPhone and iPod Touch!  U.S. Code and State Codes available very soon :)  Click below to check out the Federalist Papers.


Version 2.0 of The Law Pod apps are rolling out now on the iTunes store.  If you feel like getting a jump on them, you can download the venerable version 1.0, and get the free 2.0 upgrade as soon as Apple approves it.  Check them out here:

We currently have apps for:

Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure
Federal Rules of Bankruptcy
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
Federal Rules of Evidence
U.S. Constitution

Upcoming apps include:
U.S. Code
State Codes

Version 2.0 is coming out later this month, and I'll try to get the wider keyboard feature implemented in the next release.  Version 2 has options to change fonts, font sizes, and vastly improved search functions.

If you have a Blackberry instead of an iPhone, we just put out Blackberry versions on Handango.

Check them out here:

Thanks for all your input over the past few months!


Just released the offline versions of these applications on the iTunes App Store.

They're all $0.99, and I'm donating the profits to fund grants and scholarships for law students.

Just click the link below to check them out.

as a law student, that sort of goes without saying...

Made this so I'd have an excuse not to study...  ;D

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy; U.S Constitution + Amendments web apps now available!  :)

Plus, I added an easier installation interface for iPhone and iPod Touch users.

Most apps do cost money, but the ones that we have we're giving away for free.  All the apps we have incorporate freely available, public information that I thought it would be helpful for law students to have easy access to.

We have a version coming out next week or so that has a lot more features (searching, cross-referencing, etc.) and will incorporate a lot more information than is feasible to do on a free web app.  Plus, it will be able to run off-line, without an internet connection.  ;)

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