Nolo, the nation's leading publisher of plain-English DIY legal and business tools, has launched Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary App for the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app is now available on the Apple App Store, allowing anywhere, anytime access to nearly 4,000 legal terms and definitions, the same terms and definitions available as a book that retails for $29.99.
"Quick, easy-to-use access to the latest legal terms and definitions just got a whole lot easier for students, business owners, media, paralegals and others" said Ralph Warner, CEO of Nolo. Compiled and edited by a team of lawyers, Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary App includes essential legal definitions - Latin terms, courtroom jargon, contract basics - plus newly minted terms that reflect the ever changing language of the law.
"This app is part of the evolution of how Nolo is providing the latest legal content to our customers," said Warner. "Nearly 40 years ago, people came to Nolo for DIY legal books, information they couldn't get anywhere else. Now they read our blogs, listen to our podcasts, download our online legal forms and search our online national lawyer directory when they need an attorney. Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary App is a continuation of the way we provide content in the formats that are both needed and instantly useful," Warner said.
Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary App is available for free from Apple's App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/