Articles Tagged with twitter

In this third of the four videos I prepared for the 38th ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility panel, “Old Rules, New Tools: The Challenge of Social Media for Bar Associations and Lawyers,” I answer Simon Chester’s question, “Are there any ethical concerns raised by lawyers’ use of Twitter?” (For more on why I did these videos, see my […]

I have been researching how bar associations are using social media. One aspect of that is identifying bar associations with Twitter feeds. Here is what I have found so far. Please let me know of others. As you will see, some are active, some are not. Arlington County (Va.) Bar Association, @arlingtonbar. Bar Association of […]

[The following column originally appeared in print in November 2008. I am republishing it as part of my continuing effort to maintain an archive of my published columns. Important note: I have not updated this since its original publication. While most of the sites remain as described, some may have changed. All information was current […]

The attorney general of Massachusetts, Martha Coakley, has launched a blog called At Issue & In Focus. The introductory post says: This blog is designed to help residents to understand and participate in the work of their government. We will strive to address topics relevant to the broadest possible audience and will grow to include […]

Law Technology News has posted my latest column, Tweet Sixteen: 16 Ways Lawyers Can Use Twitter. (LTN requires registration to read articles, but it is free. When it comes to social media, I tend to be an evangelist. But even I could not grasp why so many lawyers were all atwitter over Twitter. What value […]

As lawyers elsewhere debate the value of microblogging tool Twitter, one law firm isn’t waiting around for an answer. Texas-based firm Jackson Walker has created several Twitter feeds for news about its firm and it is featuring them prominently on its Web site. It is not the first law firm with a Twitter feed, but […]