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 want to thank each of the bloggers for sharing his or her insights, ideas and opinions on this important topic.
As the legal industry continues to adopt new and different ways to communicate, market itself and do business, online networking technology in all its forms will certainly continue to grow and be adopted. This timely and concise series helps mark where we’re at as an industry.
You can read all of the posts from the series – and get the collective perspective of each of these experts – by simply clicking on these links:
- Kathleen Delaney – Series Introduction
- Rees Morrison – Social Networking for In-House Lawyers
- Sean Doherty – Online Professional Networking: A New Way of Working the Room?
- Bob Ambrogi – Why Bother With Online Networking?
- Monica Bay – Connecting Business & Pleasure
- Larry Bodine – Getting New Business from Online Social Networks
The series is also viewable in the blog area inside the Martindale-Hubbell Connected online network for lawyers and legal professionals.