Global Equity Matrix

Law Firm: Baker McKenzie Firm Size: Large Released: March 28, 2013 Platform: iPhone (iTunes), Android (Google Play) Cost: Free ____________________________ Some law firms have recognized that they can take existing hard copy or e-resources and turn…

LFM AmLaw 200/Global 100 Mobile App Report for 2013

As of April 17, the Law Firm Mobile (LFM) blog is pleased to release its second annual research report on AmLaw 200 and Global 100 law firm implementation of mobile apps. Last year’s report can…

Hogan Lovells Mobile Web “Application” – A Work In Progress

One of the distinguishing features of law firm mobile apps (i.e., actual applications that are on your phone) v. mobile web apps (i.e., web pages that attempt to behave like applications) is that apps that…

Article – What are You Willing to Give Up for your Smartphone?

Back in December, the Law Marketing Portal reposted an article by Craig McGuire entitled, “What Do Beer and Chocolate Have to Do with Law Firm Marketing?” The article focuses on consumer-focused law firms. The article starts with some statistics…

Article – Notable Large Law Firm Mobile Web Sites

Law Firm Mobile’s Editors were recently interviewed by TechnoLawyer “Notable Large Law Firm Mobile Web Sites”. The introduction to the article is as follows: Coming today to BigLaw: Smartphones have outsold traditional computers since 2010 —…

LFM Second Annual AmLaw 200 and Global 100 Mobile Web Survey

Guest Post: Turning Prospects Into Law Firms Clients Through the Mobile Web and Apps – Part 2

In our first post on law firms using mobile apps for business development, I looked at the first step of the mobile buying cycle, awareness. In this post, I will look at the next step,…

GUEST POST: One Developer’s Perspective (Second in a Series): Making the Decision to Go Mobile – Native App or Mobile Compatible Website?

In my previous post, I discussed the reasons why some firms and companies prefer mobile apps to mobile web sites. So, how should a firm trying to “Go Mobile” make this decision? Here are a few questions…

GUEST POST: One Developer’s Perspective (first in a series): Six Reasons Why Companies and Law Firms Develop Apps Instead of Mobile Compatible Web Sites

A frequent question that I get asked as a developer is, “Should we develop for mobile web or native?” I always hesitate to answer because, in many instances, the answer should be a mobile compatible website. And…