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One Lawyer’s Advice on Twitter

The ABA Journal Mobile ran an interesting piece on lawyers-using-Twitter, Think of Twitter as ‘Megatexting,’ But Proceed With Caution.  Law-tech commentator Jim Calloway offered that lawyers should not over-Tweet (suggests you don’t have enough to do), don’t tweet outside of your practice/target area, and… don’t ever think your tweets are private.

Lawyer Tells Client NOT to Use Social Network Sites in Hiring Process?

With the increase in social networking websites, there has been a corresponding increase in the “learning curve” as to how to properly use them.  The mainstream media and legal profession have shown us that Tweeting jurors, incriminating evidence on MySpace, and Facebook posts about personal misadventures is a bad idea for job-seeking and staying out… Read More