From the monthly archives:

April 2009

Tweet Today marks the final entry in the guest blogger series we’ve arranged on the topic of online networking for lawyers and legal professionals. On Friday, we heard from Monica Bay over at The Common Scold, and today to wrap things up we have a a post from Larry Bodine from his blog here. We […]

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TweetIt’s been a week now since we opened up Martindale-Hubbell Connected to all lawyers.  One question we’ve heard repeatedly since then is why the site still has the “beta” tag.  I touched on this briefly in my Top 10 things learned post (see Lesson #1), but I thought I would expand upon it a little […]

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Tweet An interesting post by JD Lasica calls for people to claim their ‘real twitter account name’, e.g. instead of using variation of their name like, twitter.com/JSmith (@JSmith), you should have your full name there, twitter.com/johnsmith (@johnsmith), so it is easier to find and helps with authenticity. This idea to me makes sense, and could […]

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TweetToday marks the launch and formal opening of the Martindale-Hubbell Connected network for lawyers and legal professionals – a major milestone in the transformation of Martindale-Hubbell to meet the transforming needs of today’s legal profession. In beta since last summer, the community has grown over the past 10 months with a steadily increasing number of […]

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TweetThe Counsel to Counsel Summit this week in Washington, D.C., promises to bring together experienced lawyers from a variety of organizations to discuss the important topic of in-house/outside counsel relationships. While the specific content of the sessions is kept off the record, the panel discussions, general observations and lessons learned can – and will – […]

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TweetActivity continued today at the Legal Marketing Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Check out a set of pictures from day two on Flickr here. Included are shots of LexisNexis VP of Coporate Services, John Lipsey, speaking about the value and utility of online networking for lawyers and legal professionals, as well as some booth […]

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TweetLast Thursday we had our first meetup/tweetup for Social Media for Lawyers. Before I continue to describe and go into meetup details I should prepare you. One of the meetup’s panelists and attendees said that every time he writes a blog post reporting directly from an event, he opens with a sort of disclaimer letting […]

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TweetMartindale-Hubbell is participating in the LMA Annual Meeting this week in Washington, DC. In particular, we’re demonstrating our newly launched Martindale-Hubbell Connected online network for lawyers and legal professionals. Check out a set of pictues from the event – including a couple shots of keynote speakers James Carville and Mary Matalin - on our Flickr Photostream here. […]

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TweetThe Martindale-Hubbell Connected online network for lawyers and legal professionals has been in beta development since last summer. Now, as it opens its doors to all lawyers this week, we thought it would be a good time to look back and reflect on the top things we learned during the 10 month stretch between the […]

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TweetLast weekend @econwriter5 tweeted some great links to a few articles about online personality, brand personality online, and online identity that reflect the current hot online conversation: how do you shape your online presence and personality? how much of the mix is professional related and how much of it is personal? how much of each […]

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