Final 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 in it per week?’.
Here are some ‘twitter-sized’ bits from the panelists (disclaimer: there are not all verbatim):
Rees Morrison: LawDepartmentManagementblog.com
4 quick tips for a good blog post:
1) clear header
2) back ref to old posts
3) give references to facts and posts
4) give value
Roland Gross: Reinsurance and arbitration blog.
David Gottlieb http://www.nofaultparadise.blogspot.com/
“give a little bit from yourself – that will get people to read more”
Brian Green insurance/reinsurance law blog.
Roy A. Mura - Insurance coverage and fraud blog
“needed a personal, targeted, effective, efficient, sharp tool”
“Enabled me to speak in a way I couldn’t do in courts”
(on why he started blogging)
Jason Molder gives an excellent and detailed coverage of this session, highlighting tips and recommendations given from panel members:
Kelly D. Talcott also gives a detailed review, including covering tools Rees Morrison recommended to measure and analyze traffic and activity of Blog: