Wednesday during a special session in Jefferson City, the Missouri Senate unanimously approved a substantial change to a controversial law governing online contact between teachers and students.Read More »
If you use the phrases “rush to judgment,” “jump on the bandwagon” and the always popular “dive in head first,” you certainly wouldn’t be discussing anything remotely related to legal marketing or the practice of law in general. So why ...Read More »
Recent law practice management press touts the opportunities for marketing available through social networking sites. These articles, focusing as they do on growing your practice, frequently fail to mention the risks inherent in creating an online persona and how it ...Read More »
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 »
The software provider that fills up attorneys’ inboxes with e-mail alerts from federal court officials has purchased a social networking outfit. Skip the weekend party pictures, though. This site, www.govloop.com, seeks to connect court, state, local and federal government employees ...
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Lori Drew now can officially quit worrying about her conviction in a MySpace case. Drew was convicted following the suicide of 13-year-old Megan Meier of Dardenne Prairie. Megan killed herself after receiving harassing messages from a fictitious teenage boy on ...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 »