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TweetA while back I read Larry Bodine’s article in Law Technology News titled “Social Networking – Crowded but silent”. Larry covers well the challenge we face in any social or professional networking system – whether it’s online or offline – what’s in it for the participants? MySpace and FaceBook have been successful in large part […]

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TweetI am sitting at the Seattle airport writing this and getting slowly frustrated with winter travel and canceled flights. This led me to think about a couple of ideas around social networking and the power of crowds: 1. When I get unexpectedly stuck in a location – wouldn’t it be nice if I could reach […]

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TweetLexisNexis ran a survey of attorneys and other legal professionals at LegalTech NY yesterday around the adoption of Web 2.0 capabilities in the legal markets. Not terribly surprising – the findings show that while 74% of respondents read blogs, only 10% have their own blog…and only 17% of the respondents’ firms have a blog. Further […]

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TweetTalk about networking. I feel like all the software and services companies in the legal space are gathered in New York City this week for the annual LegalTech NY shindig. The number of exhibitors, attorneys or representatives from their firms is striking. Luckily ALM has provided a handy color coding for the badges so you […]

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Tweet Social networking in the legal profession has been around for a long time. It just has become more social and more networking in recent decades with the advent of technologies such as the PC, e-mail and the Internet. To see the beginnings of legal social networking, one has to go back more than 100 […]

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