While LinkedIn, the social network for the business world, continues to grow in importance for attorneys, some of its features may present ethical considerations that attorneys need to be aware of.
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For many lawyers, one of the greatest deterrents to interacting online is a mistaken impression that online networking is a purely “social” endeavor. After all, as a profession, lawyers tend to take themselves very seriously, and socializing most certainly is ...Read More »
Online interaction is now commonplace. Networking sites, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, are becoming mainstream. Opportunities for attorneys to connect and interact with potential clients are endless. Before jumping on the “social media” bandwagon, however, there are a few important ...Read More »
Facebook. MySpace. Twitter. Sure these sites are all the rage among the cyberset, but can businesses use these tools to their advantage? According to regular users of these networks, the answer is yes. At least that was the message to ...Read More »
It’s either the most wonderful or most dreadful question we get asked these days: “Are you on Facebook?” Yes, even for lawyers, Facebook is very relevant. Most lawyers have come to know the ubiquitous social-networking Web site. Some attorneys are ...Read More »
At a legal technology conference in New York last week, I attended a number of seminars regarding Web 2.0 and its application and uses in legal practice – specifically in law firms. A prevailing theme that emerged from many panelists ...Read More »