Digital note-taking for lawyers

Digital note-taking for lawyers is no longer just about capturing thoughts—it’s about leveraging them better. The realm where Evernote once reigned supreme now faces more powerful contenders. In this episode, Mike Schmitz, an expert in digital productivity, shares his insights and experience on how to take more effective digital notes and which tools are best.
In Mike’s opinion, Obsidian is a great note-taking app for lawyers who want a powerful, user-friendly tool that also happens to be completely free. With its interconnected system of notes, it offers unparalleled speed and efficiency. Want to learn more? Tune in as PKM specialist Mike Schmitz shares his insights.

Digital note-taking for lawyers: Show Notes

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