Web Law Predictions for 2011


This time last year I wrote a post making Web Law Predictions for. My success rate was admittedly mixed – the idea of law firms jamming cell phone transmissions was, in hindsight, a little odd – while my predictions in other areas were surprisingly accurate of the way things played out. The rise of the mobile legal web, rapid mainstream adoption (and increased noise) of social media channels, the game-changing impact of tablet computing, and the ramped up production of “real time” spam were all favorable predictions, in my view. I found the process to be a fruitful one – so I’ve decided to put my batting average at risk, and haul out the crystal ball once more for 2011. So here we go!

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