Tag Archives: Blogs

Two Blogs of Interest

There are two law school blogs that may be of interest to you if you have not already discovered them: Law School Inovation Blog postings discuss a variety of issues and techniques regarding innovation at law schools Empirical Legal Studies… … Continue reading

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‘Real Lawyers Have Blogs’ gives thanks on its 15th birthday – Thanksgiving Day

Fifteen years ago today, I published my first post on this blog, ‘Real Lawyers Have Blogs’ which I call ‘Real Lawyers,’ for short these days. I had no idea what a blog was. I was interested in finding out what … Continue reading

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Evolution of law students, law blogs and social media

I was in Chicago this week, speaking at a couple of law schools. The topic? How law students can use blogging and social media for learning, building relationships and building a name. The more I speak at law schools, the … Continue reading

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Law blogs improve access to legal services

Law blogs published by practicing lawyers, particularly blogs published on niches imoprove people’s access to legal services. “People” refers to any and all of us — consumers, small business people, executive directors, corporate executives and in-house counsel. I’ve never talked … Continue reading

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Law blogs must be archived online for perpetuity

I was reminded by a Facebook post from technologist and the founder of blogging, Dave Winer, that law blogs need to be hosted for perpetuity. Here’s something basic. If you host blogs, you have an ethical obligation to try to … Continue reading

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