7 Sites that will keep Legal Marketers on their toes and up to speed with social media marketing rules


Keeping up to date with state, federal and ABA’s rules regarding online communication is a challenge!

Online technology gives us the ability to communicate at warp speed, so if you’re having some difficulty keeping up, you’re certainly not alone.

Recently, an Oregon judge’s ruling that e-mail is not protected by the 4th Amendment, is on-point within the limitations designated within the 4th Amendment. However, is yet another example of our legal system needing a “technological sociological update”, and quickly.

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