Jurors are Tweeting… Legal Marketers – It’s Time To Lead The Way For Our Industry


If you are a legal marketer still in the midst of “trying to figure” it out, time has passed to stop trying and take actions that produce results. The NY Times reported on a case in Florida, of a defendant who was accused of selling prescription drugs over the internet, which resulted in a mistrial due to jurors sending updates out via Twitter.

It’s common knowledge that the legal industry is historically behind technologically in comparison to other business sectors. Unfortunately, in today’s world of fast moving innovations, law firms are not the only ones suffering, and our legal process is being compromised.

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