Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Future of Legal Blogging

Tweet   It’s been an unusual week this one. I have spent most of it in seminars and conferences, finishing with the #lawblogs seminar/tweet-up/workshop last night. #Lawblogs was the second legal blogger event hosted by the Law Society, compered by Catrin Griffiths of The Lawyer and organised (and lubricated) by 1 Crown Office Row.  Adam [...]

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Would you Pay Someone to Write Your Blog?

Tweet   More and more lawyers are getting involved in social media and blogging – see Brian Inkster’s Blawg round up last month.  The benefits of writing and engaging via blogs are many and varied: demonstrating expertise, reinforcing one’s own knowledge,  improving your visibility in search engine rankings, and enjoying the sound of one’s own [...]

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