New iPad Pro: Let Your Fingers Do the Talking


The iPad Pro is more than just a gadget; it’s a practical tool that revolutionizes how litigators work. The latest model, available in 11-inch and 13-inch sizes, is a testament to its practicality. Surprisingly, the 11-inch iPad Pro weighs a mere 466 grams, less than a standard legal pad, while the 13-inch model matches the weight of a legal pad.


With the iPad Pro, you can effortlessly and wirelessly mirror your device to any monitor or projector using the intuitive Apple TV as a peer-to-peer network. This feature puts litigators in full control of all evidence, enabling them to present it themselves using a touchscreen without the need for a trial tech or hot seater. The iPad Pro’s user-friendly design makes it a practical choice for litigators of all tech levels.


Imagine having instant access to all documents and multimedia in your case, with the convenience and familiarity of a paper legal pad in your hands. Whether at a deposition, mediation, or trial, you’ll be fully equipped to retrieve any necessary information for advocacy by simply using your fingers, regardless of whether you are displaying the iPad or using it to retrieve information. The iPad Pro’s fingertip access to everything needed is a game-changer for litigators who value efficiency and quick access to information.


During a recent training session with a client outside of Dallas, he shared an observation from a juror following a recent favorable verdict. My client used his iPad to wirelessly present evidence to the jury, controlling the speed and timing of exhibits. In contrast, his opponent used a traditional method, asking a hotseater to display each exhibit and provide callouts and highlighting.  The juror was impressed by the efficiency and smoothness of my client’s self-presentation of evidence and arguments, in contrast to the traditional presentation methods used by the opposing lawyer. The juror mentioned that most of the jury made the same observation.


Let your fingers do the talking!

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