Originally published in the January 19, 2012 issue of SmallLaw: Today in SmallLaw we kick off a series of columns by legal technology consultant Brett Burney who among his various services offers iPad training for lawyers. In each column, Brett will review several iPad apps or accessories, and then declare his iVerdict — the best choice for solos and small firms. Because many serious iPad apps work better with a stylus, Brett decided to recommend a stylus in his first column. Brett has evaluated many a stylus so you don't have to — so make sure to thank him. Also, check out this issue's Newsletter Flag, and don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for a lawyer's review of Microsoft's OneNote iPad app.
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