Social Media – The Legal Industry Is Catching On


A recent article in the Wisconsin Law Journal, elaborated on the benefits of social media use for attorneys, and slowly but surely the legal industry is catching on. For attorneys, Twitter is much more than a way for you let alert your followers that you’re burning the midnight oil writing a brief, or shopping for a deal on your vacation.

Many attorneys are skeptical about social media in general. I assert that’s mostly due to their not being clear about it’s effectiveness or how it generates business. As I continuously say, there’s no better way to learn about blogging and Twitter than diving in and using it.

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