Editor’s note: Terry Jarrell offers productivity tips for the mobile Mac lawyer in this two-part series featuring the iPad and the now ultra-portable MacBook. Below, is part one on iPads.

Mobility is everything these days. No longer are we tethered to our desks, sitting behind big monitors to get our computing work done. Laptops and tablets, along with fantastic cloud services have completely changed the way we work and elevated us to new levels of productivity.

iPads and the Mobile Lawyer

Which device is best for you? The line keeps blurring between the iPad and MacBook. The MacBook has shrunk in size and the iPad Pro is now pretty much the same screen size and is tremendously powerful.

For many people, myself included, the 12.9″ iPad Pro has become the choice for mobile computing. Great cloud services such as iCloud, Dropbox, Box and OneDrive give you access to your data from anywhere. Office management systems give you the same level of operability as well, since your data is centrally located and managed in an industrial-level facility giving unparalleled access to everything you need.

Read the rest of that post at Legal Productivity.