Much Ado About LinkedIn Endorsements
Whether you’re unconvinced that LinkedIn is useful for anything, if you maintain a profile there, you should spend a minute or three understanding the potential consequences of approving endorsements. But that’s about all the time you need to spend. Not too long ago, Bob Ambrogi asked: Do LinkedIn Endorsements Violate Legal Ethics? Bob does a […]
Other Places to Talk About Law Practice, Technology, and Blogging
We love that you read what's new on Lawyerist.com, but here are some of the other places we tend to hang out.
New LinkedIn Features Helpful for Lawyers
LinkedIn has made significant changes to both personal and company page profiles and added new features to increase engagement.
Judge Allows LinkedIn Account to be Stolen by Employer
A federal judge in Pennsylvania granted summary judgment against a former company president whose LinkedIn password was altered and account stolen.
LinkedIn Severs its Link from Twitter
Starting today, you can no longer feed your tweets to LinkedIn to make it look like you are active on LinkedIn without actually visiting the world’s most boring social network. No more. In its announcement, LinkedIn blames Twitter’s recent blog post that doesn’t make sense to non-developers. Whatever the reason, a whole lot of people […]
A Universal Marketing Checklist for Young Lawyers
By taking these steps, associates and young lawyers can transform their legal careers from supporting associate to rainmaking partner.
Lawyerist LAB Update, Week of August 28, 2011
We continue the discussion of virtual assistants and Sam's thoughts on Call Ruby, plus Apple's new operating system and how to optimize LinkedIn
Lawyers Want Online Document Sharing with Clients
43% of those who responded to a LinkedIn poll are interested in sharing documents with clients through a law firm website.
Enhancing Your Online Bio
How attorneys can enhance their online bios for marketing, networking, and reputation building.