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6th November, 2011
Lucy McCurry, Paul Carroll and Catriona Cole, trainees at Matheson Ormsby Prentice, with the new app.

Irish law firm Matheson Ormsby Prentice has brought out a 'jargon-busting' app aimed at law students and trainees. The app - available from the iTunes App store, Android Market or Blackberry AppWorld - aims to clarify and define more than 330 jargon terms and legalese.

"Professional support lawyers worked on the app, allowing us to come up with a wide and varied body of terms," said Julie Weinmann, head of marketing. "This has been a joint...

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