Mobile apps & interfaces for Law
What's the difference between a mobile app & a mobile interface?
- Mobile interfaces are versions of regular websites optimized to work on mobile devices. Use the browser on your mobile device to access them.
- Mobile apps are programs that need to be downloaded and installed on a mobile device before they can be used. They may be specific to one type of device (e.g., Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad). Some are free, others require payment.
New apps/interfaces are constantly being developed -- this page will be updated as we find out about them.
Last updated 1/13/2012
- HeinOnline (iPhone & iPad)
- IntelliConnect (CCH/Wolters Kluwer)-Blackberry & iPhone/iPad
"Mobile Friendly" library catalogs:
- NIU VuFind catalog
- I-Share VuFind catalog - search other libraries in the I-Share consortium
- WorldCat mobile - Search for books and other materials at libraries worldwide
NIU Mobile app:
More apps & interfaces:
- Mobile apps for law (D'Angelo Law Library, Univ. of Chicago)
- Mobile apps for law students (Univ. of Akron Law School Library)
- Mobile applications for law students & lawyers (Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library, UCLA)
- 60 iPhone apps in 60 minutes (from the 2010 ABA Tech Show)
- Go mobile: Apps for lawyers (State Bar of Wisconsin)
- The must-have iPhone apps for law students (Business Insider Law Review)
- Life as a law student: Apps (Georgia State Univ. College of Law)