Okay, this new giveaway is huge! In fact, it’s your chance to win $200.

The Droid Lawyer is going international and teaming with Prime Lawyers, a premium Sydney, Australia law firm, to offer an exciting $200 cash giveaway.

Prime Lawyers Sydney

Technology has a huge influence on law firms, and there are very few lawyers in this day and age who don’t use Android or other technology in their daily practice. The role of the legal professional is evolving as technology advances, and lawyers are using technology more than ever before. The new developments are impacting every aspect of the industry, from courtroom operations to document management to law firm practice.

The Droid Lawyer focuses on the relationship between lawyers and their Android devices – featuring news, helpful apps for lawyers and much more. Prime Lawyers and The Droid Lawyer are together offering you a chance to win a great cash prize for throwing your opinion into the debate.

How to win

It’s very easy to enter and it will only take you a few minutes. All that is required is to comment on this post and answer this question:

“What is your favorite Droid Lawyer post? And why?”

That’s all you need to do, just give me your opinion, and tell me about your favorite post from the blog.

There is no right answer, just share your honest opinion (and a link to the post). Let me know which post inspired you or entertained you the most and when you make your comment below, you’re entered to win the cash prize of $200.

Now, there are some rules:

  1. You must use your real name and email address (so I can contact you);
  2. Your email must be linked to a PayPal account (funds are transferred via PayPal);
  3. Open to all residents in all countries not embargoed by the United States;
  4. Only one entry per person;
  5. Actual retail value is $200 US;
  6. Winner is responsible for the payment of taxes and fees (excluding PayPal transfer fees);
  7. All entries must be received by 11:59 pm CDT on June 20, 2014;
  8. This giveaway is void where prohibited, and odds of winning are based on the number of eligible entries received;
  9. One winner will be selected at random using random.org;
  10. Only comments entered on this page will qualify.

Think of what you could do with that extra infusion of cash. Perhaps treat yourself to some new technology to use in your law practice?

Go ahead and enter right now, it is very easy and will only take a minute. Good luck!

Jeff Taylor

I'm just an ordinary guy living an extraordinary life. I'm also an attorney and I blog about Android for lawyers. You can follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Google+.


Andrea Cannavina aka LegalTypist · June 17, 2014 at 6:32 am

Although there are sooooo many posts to choose from, my favorite to recommend is “Android 101: What You Need To Know About Your New Android Device” http://thedroidlawyer.com/2013/07/android-101-what-you-need-to-know-about-your-new-android-device/

I work with lots of attorneys and those who opt for Android are given a link to that blog post to get their devices set up correctly from the start.

Thanks for posting it and keep the great content coming, Jeffrey!

Richard “Rick” Georges · June 17, 2014 at 8:39 am

My favorite post is anyone that mentions the FutureLawyer. I will give YOU $200 if you mention me 2 or 3 times a week for a year. 🙂

biancarogoveanu · June 17, 2014 at 3:02 pm

I loved the review of the Samsung Gear Fit ! http://thedroidlawyer.com/2014/06/product-review-samsung-gear-fit/

nichole moisant · June 17, 2014 at 3:30 pm

“12 Apps always on my Android” and “What you need to know about your new Android”

Justin · June 17, 2014 at 3:41 pm

Lumsing give away. Cuz I won!

Terry York Krosbakken · June 17, 2014 at 7:57 pm

I like the post: “5 Apps That Change the Way I Manage the Practice of Law” as it is interesting to see what apps other individuals use for their business.

sean newcamp, Jr. · June 17, 2014 at 9:47 pm

my favorite article is this one http://thedroidlawyer.com/2014/06/dangerous-new-road-androids-app-permissions/ ive always been worried about allowing apps permission to do things and i definently took your advice and changed my setting not to automatically update. ive never heard of anyone having problems either but im sure there are anyone can make a app and put it in the playstore and ask permission for all of your info and access to your phone. so you got to stay at least a little worried

Jay Brinker · June 18, 2014 at 10:03 am

I do not remember the specific post, but in the Spring of 2013 you had a post in which you either touted typing on glass or mentioned not being intimidated by it. As a longtime BlackBerry user, I had been anxiously awaiting the arrival to my carrier of the Q10 and its traditional BlackBerry keyboard and its updated OS. Your post forced me to dispense with the idea of upgrading my BlackBerry and getting an iPhone or HTC One. As you know, I went iPhone because I did not want another OS in my life and wanted something to integrate with my iPad.

Unfortunately, my cell carrier did not carry the iPhone so I had to switch my family to Verizon at an additional monthly cost of $50. Because you get some credit for finally pushing me to the iPhone, you should take some responsibility for the additional cost. The $200 would cover four months of that expense. 🙂

ketan Soni · June 18, 2014 at 10:07 pm

Ketan Soni
These are always great. Simple, to the point. Useful. That’s exactly what lawyers need.

I personally delve into more detail when I’m trying to find some app, but I always refer Android users to Jeff’s posts because he makes it so easy!

    Jeffrey Taylor · June 18, 2014 at 10:11 pm

    Well shoot. I guess I’ll drove into more detail with my so reviews. 😉

      ketan Soni · June 18, 2014 at 10:13 pm

      Don’t do it. That’s when lawyers skip the material, or their eyes glaze over. Plus if you give too much, we won’t sound so smart anymore!

        Jeffrey Taylor · June 18, 2014 at 10:15 pm

        I’m lazy anyhow, so that probably wouldn’t come to fruition. 🙂

BaldyPal (Adam Jones) · June 19, 2014 at 2:53 pm

My favorite post is the one that brought me to The Droid Lawyer via a Google search on “signal quality of the Verizon Moto X”. http://thedroidlawyer.com/2013/12/so-i-got-a-moto-x/

I own a Moto X. I love it. I test different phones monthly for my job so that we can use the best as corporate devices. And I continue to come back to the Moto X. I don’t agree that the camera quality of the Moto X is as bad as most say it is. In fact, i find it to be just fine for a smartphone point and shoot. Of course it’s quality isn’t comparable to the S5 or the G3. But I would say that it’s just as good if not better than the One M8. Back to the original reason why i found this site. It’s the quality signal i find to be a bit strange. The bars never seem to be a good representation of the actual signal. Which is very misleading. I don’t want to go to ##4636## very time to check the signal strength. So I found a widget for that. Zooper widget to the rescue!

Thanks for the qulity review of the Moto X. The extra $200 could help me pick up a new GPE LG GPad. Thanks for the contest. Hope to win. As I also see several entering only posted a link and no “why” it was their favorite.

Mitchell Lenyo · June 19, 2014 at 10:15 pm

My favorite posts are the “Best of” lists, but “Apple Single-Handedly Killed Android for Lawyers” is the most interesting to me right now.


I’m preparing for the bar exam and I like this post because I tend to ponder on whether an Android or Apple device would be most useful for practice (after my brain stops working at the end of the day).

ketan Soni · June 19, 2014 at 10:23 pm

Android phone with a mac computer. That’s what I do!

Steven Sciple · June 20, 2014 at 9:14 am

Aside from the weekly roundup that I anxiously wait for each week , my favorite posts are 5 Apps That Change the Way I Manage the Practice of Law on May 31, 2014, and The List of Android Apps for Lawyers .

    Steven Sciple · June 20, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    The 5 Apps That Change the Way I Manage the Practice of Law, helped me make changes to how I use apps and the List provided a starting point when I switched from iOS to android.

Peter Gentala · June 20, 2014 at 3:08 pm

I make sure to read all your posts about apps for manipulating PDFs. This one contrasting two different apps helped me choose the PDF editor I use daily. http://thedroidlawyer.com/2014/02/ezpdf-reader-versus-repligo-reader-the-battle-of-the-android-pdf-editors-revisited/

I also make sure to read all cloud computing related posts.

Sarvesh Darak · June 20, 2014 at 4:19 pm

Favorite Post: http://thedroidlawyer.com/2014/04/product-review-lumsing-10400-mah-portable-battery/

Reason: I basically came to know your blog via your youtube video of Lumsing so that would be my favorite post 🙂

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