iOS in Action
iOS Track (Introductory)
Saturday, April 6, 2013, 9:45am-10:45am

Are you really getting all you can out of your iPad and iPhone? In this session you'll learn how to put your iOS devices to work for you in your law practice. We’ll cover tips on billing and managing your time; drafting and working with case documents, transactions, and files; and attending or hosting meetings on your iDevice. Our experts will demonstrate how the iOS ecosystem provides the best apps for lawyers. We will also discuss how iCloud keeps data synced across all your devices.


Jeff Richardson

Adams and Reese LLP, New Orleans, LA

Jeff Richardson is a partner in the New Orleans office of Adams and Reese LLP, where his practice primarily involves representing defendants in class action and complex litigation, appellate litigation and products liability litigation. Mr. Richardson is also the publisher of iPhone J.D., the oldest and largest website devoted to the use of iPhones and iPads by attorneys. Mr. Richardson graduated from Emory University in 1991, summa cum laude, and Georgetown University Law Center in 1994, magna cum laude.

Ben Stevens

The Stevens Firm, P.A., Spartanburg, SC

Ben Stevens practices in Spartanburg, South Carolina with his wife and law partner, Jenny Stevens, at The Stevens Firm, P.A. Family Law Center, where his principal area of practice is family law. Ben completed his undergraduate studies with honors at Clemson University, and he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina. He has been an active member of the South Carolina Bar, South Carolina Association for Justice, American Bar Association, and American Association for Justice since 1995. He currently serves on the Family Law Council of the South Carolina Bar, and he previously served two terms as Section Chair of the Family Law Section of the South Carolina Association for Justice. He is also a certified Family Court Mediator and a trained collaborative lawyer. Ben is happily married and the proud father of three children and three step-children, currently ranging in age from 15 to 3.

Ben is very involved with legal technology, particularly as it relates to the use of Macs in the practice of law. He has published The Mac Lawyer blog since August of 2006, and since that time, it has become one of the leading legal technology blogs. Ben also co-founded the Macs in Law Offices (MILO) group, which is the largest forum of its kind. He also publishes the South Carolina Family Law blog (, which is an award winning family law blog. Ben has served on the editorial board for the ABA’s Law Practice Today webzine since 2008. He has been featured in several state and national publications, and he enjoys giving presentations on the subjects of family law and legal technology to audiences locally, nationally, and internationally.