I am far from old, but working in the Social Media field has a way of making me feel a little slow and arthritic.
I shared yesterday that law blogs don’t just aid practices, blogs create practices.
There’s a joke within the editorial team here at LexBlog that, reading the hundreds of post that come across the wire on the LexBlog Network each day, we tend to lose track of what’s big news in the actual world—and then what’s just news to us.
It wasn’t that long ago that I ran dog and pony shows for legal professionals explaining what a blog is and why they may be helpful for business development in a law firm.
Could you imagine a law firm asking their lawyers to put their business development work on hold until the law firm got its new website done? That would be crazy.
Can leaders of the American Bar Association (ABA) expect to advance their causes, the mission of the ABA and be relevant with members and lawyers everywhere if they are absent from social media?
The power of social media to connect people was on full display Thursday.