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TweetAs our great team of guest bloggers articulated recently, online networking is a growing trend in the legal profession with lots of issues and aspects to consider. Today, the Chicago Tribune ran a story about why lawyers are turning to online networking. Martindale-Hubbell CEO Ralph Calistri and I spoke to the reporter last month about […]

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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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TweetOur guest blogger series on online networking for lawyers and legal professionals is off and running this week. Yesterday’s entry was from Rees Morrison and can be read here. Today’s entry comes from Law.com technology editor Sean Doherty. Check his post out here. And, look for posts from Bob Ambrogi, Monica Bay and Larry Bodine […]

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TweetAs we prepare to move from beta testing to commercial launch of Martindale-Hubbell Connected, I wanted to take a moment to recognize and thank the literally hundreds of attorneys and legal professionals who have shared their input and suggestions with us. From the very beginning we recognized the value in sharing our plans and actively […]

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TweetThis week we’re pleased to present a series of posts by a number of esteemed journalists and experts on the broad topic of online networking for lawyers and legal professionals. Thanks in advance to Bob Ambrogi, Rees Morrison, Monica Bay, Larry Bodine and Sean Doherty for their contributions coming up this week. What’s happening? Why […]

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Tweet I want to respond to recent posts about people’s difficulties in joining Martindale-Hubbell Connected.  First and foremost, I want to make it clear in no uncertain terms that we are not blocking any lawyers from joining Connected.  Period.  Any lawyer who wants to join Connected, can join Connected. Over the past 6 months, we have offered demos […]

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TweetI read with interest Caroline Elefant’s post “How Lawyers Are Using Social Media” on Legal Blog Watch Friday that re-caps an article from Chicago Lawyer about how lawyers are using social media and online networking. The conclusions drawn out from the article and post appear to be that lawyers value online networking and social media […]

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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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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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TweetToday, I participated in a panel at LegalTech NY titled “Best Practices for Online Networking.”  The session was moderated by Bob Ambrogi. Panelists included Vanessa DiMauro of Leader Networks, Eugene Weitz of Alcatel-Lucent, and Olivier Antoine of Crowell & Moring.  Right after the session, I recorded this podcast which sums up the points we made. […]

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