As Bob Dylan once said, the times, they are a-changin’. And it was only a matter of time before all that change reached the legal industry.
Twitter is teaming up with Google to bring Twitter’s real-time content to Google’s search results.
I have yet to find an attorney who could not benefit from having their profile on LinkedIn. It’s the number one online network for white-collar professionals.
Christine Kingston got where she is today by staying focused. And now her blog has done the same.
There is so much help on the Internet to help you improve your productivity. Google it and you’ll find 20 articles written in the past two days on this subject.
Legal services are not fungible. Nevertheless, many general counsel talk as if legal services delivered by one firm are not distinguishable in substance from those delivered by another firm.
Whether asked to deliver a speech or write an article for a magazine whose audience is primarily non-lawyers, many lawyers find it a challenge to present their ideas in a clear, straightforward fashion without resorting to legalese.
Is it really coming to this? Running your Internet profile picture through an app to determine how competent and influential you are viewed as a lawyer?
There are two questions just about every attorney has asked at one time or another.
Cache can be a sticky issue. (Get it?! See what I did there?) Ok, bad jokes aside, caching is a valuable tool on a site. It helps with the consistency and load speed but it can also cause issues when you want to make changes.