Month: April 2010

Social meejah – just for kids?

Head on over to Stem where Jordan Furlong is penning a series of posts on Social Media for Lawyers. He kicked off with Facebook for law firms. And has followed that up with Twitter for law firms. These look at how law firms can use social media effectively to promote the firm. No journalistic hype […]

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A tale of two professions

Legal Research Plus comments on an article about John West [founder of West Publishing] and other non lawyers who have revolutionized legal research. Apparently West called for neutral citations way back in 1908. The author of the article, Prof Robert Jarvis, asks: how a man who did not go to college, and was untrained in […]

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Yes, we have no posts

Since I’ve failed dismally to engage my fanbase recently by posting anything at all, I’ve concocted a piece of fluff for your delectation. I was intrigued that one of my fave blogs, Lords of the Blog, should post thus on 6 April: New blog developments–no posts until 7 April Sounds like an April Fools posted […]

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