The world is changing fast, and so are our options for communicating in law firms. Social Media are developing at a rapid pace, and are leaving some confused, some interested, and some a little of both.

In this article, Nancy Myrland tackles the basics of Twitter to get you started or, if you're already using it, to guage your current practices to help enhance your ability to develop relationships with clients and potential clients.

Read this article to see that Nancy will give you 4 key words to keep in mind as you tackle Twitter.

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