Nashville Bar Foundation to Release GavelNotes App



September 15, 2013 - The Nashville Bar Foundation (NBF) has developed an app called GavelNotes for the iPad and iPhone. An Android version is expected to be released this Fall. Using the app, you can access the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, and Evidence, as well as the state rules for Tennessee, Illinois and Kentucky. The text of all rules is fully searchable. You can tag favorites and bookmarks, and create your own personal annotations or “notes” for any rule. In addition, the app allows you to conduct your own legal document search using Google Scholar, and save the results of your search, all within the app itself.

The app's introductory price is a bargain at $14.95 for unlimited access to all materials. After the introductory period, GavelNotes will be $14.95 for access to the federal materials and the rules from any one State; or $19.95 for unlimited access. The NBF anticipates that the app will eventually contain the rules from all 50 states. Sign up now at the Apple App Store. You will get a great app, and, at the
same time, you will support the charitable causes of the Bar Foundation.

It is a “no-brainer.”

Link to the App now:



NBF Trustees:

Robert J. Mendes, President
John Tarpley, President-Elect

James L. Weatherly Jr., Treasurer

Gail Vaughn Ashworth
Hon. Joe P. Binkley, Jr.
Jonathan Cole
Trey Harwell
Barbara D. Holmes
Patricia Head Moskal

Mary A. Parker
William T. Ramsey
Thomas J. Sherrard, III
William H. Tate
Mark H. Westlake
Sheree C. Wright