I wrote in May 2006 about Lawbby, a site that aspired to be the MySpace of the legal world. Lawbby described itself as a place where lawyers could mingle, whether for business or pleasure, by creating their own profiles and groups. But in recent days, attempts to visit the site were rerouted to a page that said, “This account has been suspended.” So much for mingling.

  • The revolutionary aspect of sites like Myspace and Youtube is that users are encouraged to post content for their own various reasons, amusement, education, marketing, etc.

    Take a look at e-lawyer.com. There, lawyers can similarly post unlimited content, free of charge Client information and communication, marketing, links to ongoing sites, etc.

    There are some other features your readers will find interesting.

    Lou Larsen
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