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Review: PDF Essentials for Lawyers by Ernie Svenson / MPU 230, by Jeff Richardson, iPhone J.D. Blog


You know this has to be good. First, it’s recommended by Jeff Richardson; second, the book is written by PDF expert Ernie Svenson. It doesn’t get much better than that. -CCE

I still remember the time, many years ago, when PDF documents seemed novel. Today, of course, most attorneys work with PDF documents just about every day, especially if you practice in federal court. And PDF is my preferred file format for storing documents on my iPad. My GoodReader app has a huge number of folders, each of which is full of PDF documents for the pleadings, correspondence, research, exhibits, and other key documents associated with my case files. But as much as I work with PDF files, I always feel like there is so much more to know about working with this file format.  I suspect that most of you feel the same way. (If you don’t, then either you are a PDF genius, or you just don’t know what you are missing.)

Today, I have two good recommendations for helping you to learn more about working with PDF files:  a free podcast, and an inexpensive book. . . .