Tag Archives: blogs

ABA: Lawyer use of blogs, social sites continues to rise

The use of social media by lawyers – including blogs and social networking sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter – is continuing to increase, according to the annual technology survey conducted by the American Bar Association.

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Possibility of ABA Internet regs worries small firm lawyers

Many attorneys and law firm marketers have sounded alarms that the American Bar Association’s Commission on Ethics 20/20 is examining legal ethics issues arising from lawyers’ use of Internet-based client development tools.

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Tips for team blogging

Once your firm launches its blog, the inevitable question arises: who will write it? One approach is to have a team of individuals handle the writing duties. But as with any team sport, team blogging poses challenges.

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2009: A year of high-tech ethical pitfalls

Ethics got high-tech in 2009. From texting clients to virtual law practice to posting questions on a listserv, lawyers struggled with the collision of professional responsibility and the ever-expanding world of technology.

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Which blogging platform is right for you?

Blogging as a marketing tool has become so ubiquitous within the legal profession that lawyers who haven’t started their own blogs can feel left out of the loop.The first step to starting a blog is establishing what your content is going to be.But the all-important second step is figuring where you will actually host the blog.

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