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American Bar Association and Apple Team Up to Offer Legal E-Books in the iBookstore


iPadForums News Team
Jun 7, 2010
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The American Bar Association announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Apple to bring e-books on legal subjects to the iBookstore. The first title to be released as a result of the partnership is called “iPad in One Hour for Lawyers†and is available as an e-book that can be read on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The book offers tips and lessons designed for new and advanced iPad users alike. Ideal for lawyers, or indeed any tablet novice wanting to get up to speed as quickly as possible, the book teaches you how to set up the iPad interface, multitask with apps, sync files, and manage pleadings, case law, contracts and other legal documents. The e-book also includes a listing of the best apps for lawyers, as well as dozens of keyboard and browser tips and shortcuts. In short, it’s designed to be an essential handbook for the tech-savvy lawyer, and anyone else as well!

Andrea Hartley, Chair of the ABA Law Practice Management Section, says, "We are thrilled to partner with Apple to offer our cutting-edge legal publications as e-books in the iBookstore. iPad in One Hour for Lawyers, one of our bestselling titles of the year, is the perfect book to mark the launch of the e-book program. Readers can easily download the book on their iPads and learn as they go. We look forward to publishing many more e-books on Apple's platform in the future."
As you can imagine, being a legal book, it’s a little pricey! Click here to download for $17.99 from the iBookstore: iPad in One Hour for Lawyers by Tom Mighell - Download iPad in One Hour for Lawyers with iBooks

Source: American Bar Association

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