From the monthly archives:

February 2009

TweetI’m pleased to report that today the Council on Litigation Management has joined the Martindale-Hubbell Connected Alliance Partnership. As we build towards or official launch in a few weeks, we’re excited that high quality, well-respected legal organizations such as the Council are choosing to join our online network for legal professionals. In fact, the Council […]

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TweetThe second day of the International Bar Association Corporate Counsel Conference brought out more information about the increased regulations that are on the way. A keynote address by Phillip Collins, chairman of the UK Office of Fair Trading, made it clear that Europe is getting more assertive in pursuing anti-competitive actions. Just in case we […]

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TweetI attended the International Bar Association Corporate Counsel Conference in Paris this week, and I was impressed with the depth of experience represented here. Even in the current world economy, there are about 100 participants from 26 countries. There was a general sense here that after a period of largely unregulated capitalism, we are headed […]

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TweetEven though the speed table session was held on a Sunday afternoon, it attracted more than 20 participants. Given the size of the group, we pulled the tables together and ran the sessions in sequence so that everyone in the group could participate in the same session at the same time. The result was a […]

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TweetGiuseppe Sanna of CHEP Europe and I have the honor this year of being co-chairs of the International Bar Association‘s Corporate Counsel Conference taking place Feb. 22-24 in Paris. One of the most rewarding parts of this commitment is helping to award a scholarship to the conference based on essays by lawyers from around the […]

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TweetLegalTech finished just 2 weeks ago, but its echoes are still vibrating through the legal websphere. The event was podcasted, tweeted, flickered, youtubed and blogged by the online legal community. In fact, the event spawned so much traffic in Twitter that the term ‘LegalTech’ was ranked #6 in Twitter search during the conference dates. The […]

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TweetSo you have only started setting up your profile… and now all these questions bubble up: What photo should you use (if any at all!)? How about contact details? How do you present yourself in a way that not only benefits you, but protects you as well? If you have already set up your profile […]

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TweetFinal session of the day was some insight into the Blogs world of Lawyers.  The Blogging Session moderated by Maia Benson, was of tremendous value – top legal bloggers sharing their experiences and tools they use for blogging.  And answering questions such as ‘How did you start blogging?’ and ‘How much time do you dedicate/invest/put […]

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TweetProfessional Networking session saw Bob Ambrogi discussing professional networking with John Lipsey, Vanessa DiMauro, Olivier Antoine and Eugene Weitz. Professional networking for lawyers is a topic in need of much discussion and still there are varying views and experiences. There is great understanding that Social Media for lawyers embraces all : Client recommendations, peer recommendations, […]

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TweetTuesday was the peak of Social Media experience for Lawyers on LegalTech. What started as a buzz on Monday with Monica Bay’s session on Twitter , with Bob Ambrogi tweeting the questions to and from Twitter, peaked into online blogs and forum reports and discussions, that were layered on top of the live sessions. The […]

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