Is Evernote Still Safe For Lawyers to Use?

Is Evernote Still Safe For Lawyers to Use?

“Trust is at the heart of our service. That means we need to be transparent, admit our missteps, and commit to making the Evernote experience the best it can be, from the way the app functions across platforms to the way we communicate with the people who use it.” – Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill The […]

Evernote in law practice

10 Ways to Use Evernote in Your Law Practice

A recent Lawyerist post detailed how to import your data from Evernote into other popular applications. The piece was in response to the recent price increase to a not-so-whopping $70 annually for the Premium version. Still a great deal. Or, you can opt for the free edition which lets you synch your data to two […]

Evernote For Lawyers: Client Confidentiality and the "Reasonable Care" Standard

As lawyers increasingly explore and adopt cloud-based (online) applications, fear and confusion about security, privacy, and client confidentiality often go along for the ride. Caution is, of course, prudent, and researching the technical and ethical issues is essential, but let’s do away with the fear and confusion. Baseline security and privacy requirement Just about all […]

Evernotoe Contacts

How Lawyers Can Use Evernote to Turn Business Cards Into Contacts With Context

A business card is useless without context. Who gave it you? When? What were the circumstances? Last year, we published the popular How Lawyers Use Evernote where lawyers shared how they use the note-taking and information-storing application. Since then–and through conference seasons–I’ve had a few inquiries on how to use Evernote to store and meaningfully manage business […]

Evernote Lawyers

How Lawyers Use Evernote

Evernote is more than a note-taking application. We use it to store ideas, recordings, projects, tasks, images…The list is as comprehensive as we want it to be. Evernote allows us to offload our brain and organize our lives. And how do lawyers use Evernote? I asked a few Evernote-loving lawyers. Here are their stories. Ben […]

Evernote for Lawyers

8 New Evernote Enhancements for Mac Lawyers

Evernote is more than a note-taking application. It’s a place to offload your brain so you don’t have to remember everything. We use it so much, we compiled an E-Book: A Lawyer’s Guide to Evernote. And it integrates with legal practice management software to provide a seamless experience for Evernote-loving lawyers. And it just got […]

Legal Productivity Q&A Video Series

What is So Awesome About Evernote?

This is the latest edition in our quick-and-practical Q&A style videos. Questions come from social channels, keyword analysis, and readers of this blog. A transcript accompanies each video. What is So Awesome About Evernote? What’s so awesome about Evernote? Why is everybody talking about Evernote? If you’re like me, you may have tried Evernote and […]

Evernote and LinkedIn

LinkedIn Connects with Evernote to Scan Business Cards

LinkedIn had a nifty little app called CardMunch which turned business cards into contacts. So, of course, they’re shutting it down. Fortunately, they’re offering the same service by deepening their partnership with an even niftier app, Evernote: LinkedIn members can scan a business card using Evernote’s mobile app and then directly connect with this contact […]

evernote for conferences

Use Evernote for a Rewarding Conference Experience

You can use Evernote to take meeting notes, record ideas, manage to-do lists and store or track just about any information at home or work. You can also use it to make your conference attendance more meaningful and productive. Here’s how: Conference logistics – Don’t scramble to find your flight information, hotel address, and conference […]