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8 great websites that attorneys absolutely must know about

With a little practice, these innovative services may help improve a law firm’s overall productivity

Mobile apps are useful tools for lawyers on the go, but attorneys generally do the majority of their work at their office. We have therefore created a list of websites that are ideally suited for attorneys that spend most of their day working on desktop computers or laptops. With a little practice, these innovative services may help improve a law firm’s overall productivity. Best of all, the services on these websites are completely free!

1. TinEye allows for reverse image searches

5. wakerupper.com sends reminders via personal phone calls

This website allows users to set up urgent reminders requiring a call to one’s smartphone; perhaps for events that you can’t risk missing if you forget to check your e-mail. Just go to wakerupper.com, set a time, write a short message, and the recipient will receive a wake-up call or a text-to-voice reminder to take medication or complete a task before a deadline.

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John F. O'Rourke

John F. O'Rourke is a registered patent attorney and inventor at WHGC, P.L.C. He has nearly 40 years of overall experience in the applied...

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Patrick Soon

Patrick Soon is an attorney at WHGC, P.L.C. whose practice focuses on intellectual property. Outside of his work at WHGC, Mr. Soon volunteers for...

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Rebecca Bellow

Rebecca Bellow is an attorney at WHGC, P.L.C. whose practice focuses on business litigation, civil litigation and intellectual property. Ms. Bellow also represents clients...

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