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Twitter Tactics: Engaging Others to Help Build Your #Brand

Using Twitter shrewdly can be a great way to build your brand. Here are some tips to get you started.

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20 Legal Marketing Ideas for Slow Days

Everyone has slow days, but you can make the most of those days with these quick marketing tips.

No, You Shouldn’t Quit Social Media

Social media has its pitfalls, but that doesn't mean you should quit it entirely.

How to Research Potential Hires on Social Media

In order to make sure that a potential hire is a good fit for your firm, make sure you spend some time looking at their social media accounts.

3 Social Media Ethics Traps to Avoid

Lawyers use social media in both a personal and professional capacity. Here are three social media ethics traps that you should work on avoiding.

Twitter Account Verification for Lawyers

Verifying your Twitter account can increase your visibility, appeal, and credibility. Here's how.

Social Media May Help Your Business, but It’s No Silver Bullet

So is the survey a resounding endorsement of social media marketing for lawyers? Let’s consider what the survey doesn’t say.

Briefs: Non-Lawyer Ownership of Firms, Social Media Discovery Is a Mess, Etc.

Eyewitness Testimony, Statement Tampering, and False Memories We’ve all seen the studies about how eyewitness testimony is often ridiculously unreliable, but new research shows that your own memories can be manipulated by other people, even after you’ve reduced those memories to writing. This is currently a hot topic in the UK, where a very recently published […]

Preparing for E-Discovery

Preparing for E-Discovery, Step One: the Client Interview

It’s safe to say electronic evidence—text messages, digital photos, cloud storage, and the internet of things—will be involved in every new case you have. As a result, it’s important you prepare to produce and request electronic evidence from the start of your case.

Why Are Lawyers and Judges Still Tweeting About Trial?

The new year is still young. Perhaps one resolution should be to stop tweeting about your trials from the courtroom.