Will Twitter Ruin Your Legal Writing

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With the number of lawyers flocking to Twitter, is there a concern that 140-character caps will adversely affect your (brilliant, right?) legal writing. Here's some insight and practical thoughts.

This article originally appeared in the September 2010 Palm Beach Bar Association Bar Bulletin.

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