If you are an attorney, law student or anyone involved in the legal world then there is a good chance you have heard of Black’s Law Dictionary. It is somewhat of the gold standard when it comes to law dictionaries and it is contains most any legal term you can think of. It is the most widely cited law book in the world and Thomson Reuters has just launched a new Black’s Law Dictionary 10th app to access the plethora of information anywhere, anytime.
The app is loaded with new functionality. It includes everything found in the printed version of Black’s Law Dictionary 10th and more than 50,000 terms and derivations displaying the earliest usage of the term or phrase. It contains 16,000 new definitions including over 1,000 definitions of abbreviations and acronyms. Over 7,000 terms even have audio pronunciations for those hard to pronounce Latin words.
New to the Black’s Law Dictionary 10th app is an intuitive and convenient “did you mean?” function built into the search engine. There are also nearly 300 lawyers verifying its accuracy so users know they are getting the correct information. It is structured and formatted so the readers can navigate as easily as possible and comprehend the text with ease. Black’s Law Dictionary 10th app has a function that allows users to link a word and cross-reference the search to get a more definite understanding from multiple perspectives.
For attorneys and law students this is a helpful study tool and is highly recommended even when out of school. The information is endless. The Black’s Law Dictionary app is compatible with iOS devices for $54.99. To download it visit the iTunes App Store today.