‘Magic’ iPad proves popular with lawyers

Given the seemingly inescapable buzz surrounding Apple Inc.’s iPad, you probably don’t need it explained to you. It’s a tablet/slate computing device, it has a touch screen, no keyboard, and Apple CEO Steve Jobs calls it “magical.”


But what “magic” does it bring to a law practice?


Early adopters in the legal profession explain that magic in several ways.


“It doesn’t change the way I work,” says Toronto real estate attorney David Feld, “but it adds flexibility. It allows me to leave the office without really leaving.”


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Luigi Benetton is a Toronto-based freelance writer, editor and trainer — visit his site at http://luigibenetton.com/