Social Media at the Law Firm – Embrace it or Ban it?


Firms Weigh the Pros and Cons in Giving Lawyers Access to Social Media Websites

Legal marketing experts often encourage the use of social media among lawyers in an effort to help them make contacts, connect with clients, and build business. But while there is value in connecting with people throughout the day on social networks, some businesses - even law firms - fear their employees will waste time or reveal information that could damage a relationship with a client.

So, what's a law firm - or any business - to do? Embrace social media or ban it?

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