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FYI – The ABA Says It Is Okay To Facestalk Jurors

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Essentially, you can stalk jurors all you want, but you can’t contact them (and requesting access to view a private profile counts as contact). You can read an article about it from the ABA Journal here, and you can download ...

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A Grain Of Salt To Go With The #ABATECHSHOW

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A couple weeks ago I needed to refer a client to a patent attorney. So the first thing I did was Google “patent attorney Birmingham Alabama” right? Hell no. I called up a long practicing attorney who I trusted and ...

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Tell Me About FindLaw: Spam, Contracts, & Bullying

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Yesterday a legal start-up I had never heard of put up a rather interesting story. LawDeeDa aims to be a social network for lawyers (yes, another one). No comment on their name or business model, but what they shared was ...

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Anticipating The Future Of Law

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If you’re a lawyer who spends any amount of time online, you’ll soon discover that the “future of law” has become a cottage industry unto itself. There are professors, pundits, lawyers-turned-consultants, all peddling their version of the future of the ...

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Disconnect to Recharge

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Sometimes you just have to walk away for awhile. I’ve been quiet here at Associate’s Mind for about a month. This usually happens around the holidays every year to a greater or lesser extent. Time away from work. Time with ...

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