Tweet Surrender


There was a time when big, respectable law firms would never use silly words like Tweet, Twitter and Twitterverse, but that seems to be changing, at least for some firms.

In January, Brian Inkster noted on his The Time Blawg blog that many of the largest firms in the United Kingdom had never sent a single tweet. We noted a similar trend in the United States in December.

Let's look at which American firms are actively tweeting and how they are making Twitter part of their marketing strategy.

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