Your iPhone can be one of your best productivity tools, especially if you’re an attorney. Your iPhone can go with you everywhere, which makes it easy to keep up with clients and with what’s going on at the office and the courthouse no matter where you go. Here are 17 apps for the iPhone we think you’ll appreciate.

  1. Black’s Law Dictionary: Black’s Law Dictionary is one of the most popular legal reference books around, and it’s now available for your iPhone. You can look up any legal expression right on your phone.
  2. Bar Max: Bar Max is ranked as one of the best prep tools for the bar you can find. Study right on your phone with this app that quizzes you and gives you your results.
  3. Court Days Date Calculator: Calculate the number of calendar days and the number of court days with this application. This app will let you put in a custom court calendar in case your local court doesn’t subscribe to the court days calendar that is pre-loaded.
  4. Law Stack: Law stack provides a complete legal library you can carry right on your phone. It’s handy for looking up all sorts od legal references.
  5. Kaplan MBE flash cards: If you’re studying for your multi-state bar exam, this is a great tool to help you prepare.
  6. Legal Terms Pro: Legal Terms Pro is a professional level legal dictionary that you carry right on your iPhone. You’ll have access to all the legal terms you need in a handy format.
  7. Law in a Flash: Criminal Law: If you’re studying for an advanced degree in criminal law, these electronic flash cards are the great study tool. There’s one on torts, too.
  8. Ipunchclock: This time management tool is especially for lawyers and their assistants and is great for helping you keep track of those billable hours.
  9. iPro Recorder: This handy application lets you use your iPhone as a portable dictation device. Make notes for yourself easily, even when you’re not in the office. It has very simple, one touch recording.
  10. A Lawyer Said It: A fun application filled with quotes by lawyers, from Ralph Nader to David Boies.
  11. Google Calendar: Check your Google calendar from anywhere. You never have to worry about being out of touch just because you don’t go into the office.
  12. Full Screen Web Browser: Does just what it says: lets you browse in full screen. This makes reading web pages so much easier on the eyes.
  13. Evernote: You’ll never take notes on paper again. It’s so easy to take notes on your phone and save them or file them.
  14. AirSharing: A great way to share files: AirSharing allows you to mount your iPhone or iPod Touch as a wireless drive on any computer, drag and drop files and then view them on your device. You’ll use this all the time to take briefs and other documents out of the office with you so that you can review them later.
  15. Bento: A personal database on the go. You can manage all your information in one spot. You can keep client files and all sorts of other files right on your phone with Bento.
  16. iBlueSky: A great brainstorming application for getting ideas out of your head an into a document. Take notes, or just get ideas on paper that you want to go over with others later.
  17. Remember the Milk: This is a great app for making electronic lists and keeping track of the things you have to do.

These applications offer you lots of ways to make your iPhone a better productivity tool, and to make having it more fun, too. New applications are released every day, so be sure to keep up to date on all the new iPhone applications that come out, so that you can take advantage of the latest and greatest developments for your iPhone. You’re sure to wonder how you ever live without this wonderful tool that keeps both your home life and your work life productive and organized.