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Social Media Time for a new look

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It’s been nearly 20 years since the launch of the original website. While the site was basic by today’s standards, it offered the high quality risk management articles, checklists and precedents lawyers would come to expect from the program. In its first few years, averaged 30,000 visitors and 7,000 downloads per year. By… Read More »

Categories: 2017 August Managing Change, Articles, Content Type, Social Media

Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers

Jarred Correia, published 2012, 192 pages More lawyers than ever before are using Twitter to network with colleagues, attract clients, market their law firms, and even read the news. But to the uninitiated, Twitter’s short messages, or tweets, can seem like they are written in a foreign language. Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers will… Read More »

Categories: Book, Legal Technology, Social Media

Social Media for Lawyers

Carolyn Elefant & Nicole Black, published 2010, 200 pages The world of legal marketing has changed with the rise of social media sites such as Linkedin, Twitter, and Facebook. Law firms are seeking their companies attention with tweets, videos, blog posts, pictures, and online content. Social media is fast and delivers news at record pace…. Read More »

Categories: Book, Legal Technology, Social Media

LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, 2nd Edition

Dennis Kennedy and Allison C. Shields. published 2013 Since the first edition of LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers was published, LinkedIn has added almost 100 million users, and more and more lawyers are using the platform on a regular basis. Now, this bestselling ABA book has been fully revised and updated to reflect significant… Read More »

Categories: Book, Legal Technology, Social Media

Facebook in One Hour for Lawyers

Dennis Kennedy & Allyson Shields, published 2012, 173 pages Many lawyers use Facebook, the world’s most popular social networking platform, to communicate with friends and family across the globe. But lawyers are missing a major opportunity if they do not consider the business possibilities of their Facebook accounts. With a few simple steps, lawyers can… Read More »

Categories: Book, Legal Technology, Social Media

Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers

Ernie Svenson, published 2012, 141 pages Until a few years ago, only the largest firms could afford to engage an audience of millions. Now, lawyers in any size firm can reach a global audience at little to no cost–all because of blogs. An effective blog can help you promote your practice, become more “findable” online,… Read More »

Categories: Book, Legal Technology, Marketing, Social Media

It’s easier than ever to jump into Twitter

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There are two common statements by people who don’t want to sign up for Twitter: “I don’t have anything to say” and “I don’t know who to follow.” In recent years the social media app has put a lot of effort into making it easier for new users to jump right in and take part…. Read More »

Categories: 2017 February Neuroscience, LAWPRO Magazine, LAWPRO Magazine Article Type, Legal Technology, Social Media

Social media profile: Jordan S. Halpern

Time at LawPRO: 2 years Prior to joining LawPRO, Jordan practiced as a litigator engaged in all forms of insurance defence litigation as well as matrimonial law. He also has a background in corporate/commercial law, human rights, employment and real estate. Jordan has been active on LinkedIn for several years. In addition to being Claims… Read More »

Categories: 2016 September A2J, Articles, Social Media

Essential LinkedIn dos and don’ts for law students

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With over 120 million users in more than 200 countries (including at least a million lawyers) and web traffic that ranks it as the 13th most visited site on the planet, LinkedIn is the social networking tool of choice for professionals. LinkedIn can also be useful to law students in a number of ways. First,… Read More »

Categories: 2015 Student Issue 3, Articles, Law students/new lawyers, Legal Technology, Social Media, Student
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