What Can Twitter Do for Your Law Practice?


Lawyers ask me frequently what Twitter can do for their law practice. I begin my answer by telling them that the I doubt the CEO or the General Counsel of my largest client are on Twitter.

Keep in mind that when I finished practicing law I had several really large construction company clients and a substantial practice. In part, because I wrote a monthly column for Roads and Bridges magazine, everyone in the highway construction industry knew of me.

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