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Tips and tricks to get your legal blog started

Recently, I’ve had a number of lawyers approach me for career advice and during the course of our conversations, I sometimes suggest that the lawyer consider starting a law blog. Oftentimes I’m met with a somewhat terrified look or am ...

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Legal Loop: Prosecutors turn more to social media evidence

Social media use has been mainstream for years now and for that reason, it is becoming increasingly common for the government to rely on evidence obtained through social media when investigating and prosecuting criminal activity. For example, as I discussed ...

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Book review: Cloud Computing for Lawyers

“The day of reckoning has come for our profession,” writes Nicole Black in the introduction to her new book “Cloud Computing for Lawyers.” Internet technology has changed the practice of law so dramatically that even the notoriously slow-to-adapt legal profession ...

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Commentary: Ethics and lawyers online

In 2009, the American Bar Association established the Commission on Ethics 20/20 (online at www.abanet.org/ethics2020). The stated purpose of the Commission is to “perform a thorough review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct ...

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