Why is it that lawyers and legal tech company leaders do not personalize their introductory engagement on LinkedIn?
If legal technology companies want media coverage of their products and companies, they need to learn what social media is and how to use it.
Oh, ghostwriting – a siren call to the busiest of us bloggers.
It’s disappointing that more professionals, especially lawyers, do not use social media to engage and get to know others.
It’s appalling talking to law professors and law school administrators and finding out how little they know about the benefits of blogging and other social media, let alone knowing how to use them.
We screwed up by pursuing scale and traffic, a senior publishing executive at a U.K newspaper told Digiday’s Jessica Davies (@jessdaviesmk).
What would have been unimaginable a few years ago is now official. Most of of the people in this country get their news from social media.
“Blessed art though who create content,” writes teenVogue’s Lauren Ducan reporting on Pope Francis’ Sunday meeting with bloggers and YouTubers.
I have read more than once this week that the sentiment of many at the CodeEx Stanford FutureLaw Conference last week is that insufficient capital is an impediment to developing technology and innovation in the law.