A different look at lawyering.
Back in 2014, a Twitter exchange with Judge Dillard prompted an article on AboveTheLaw discussing the reliability of Wikipedia as a resource.[ref]I would be remiss not to mention that in a bit of I-see-what-you-did-there, shortly after our Twitter exchange and my...read more
It's time again for the ABA Journal's Annual Blawg 100 Web 100. The web has moved beyond blogs and the ABA has as well. Starting last year, the ABA Journal's annual listing began to include podcasts, social media, and law firm websites (🤢). Given the dearth of...read more
I had two interesting conversations this past week with two very different lawyers. One was the founding and managing partner of a firm with 85 lawyers spread across five states. The other is a newly minted partner in a two-man firm in a small town. They had very...read more
This is Part IX of the ongoing coverage of Assault With A Deadly Twitter. Previous entries: Can You Sue Someone For A Tweet That Induces Epilepsy? (Part I) Can Kurt Eichenwald Get Pre-suit Discovery From Twitter? (Part II) Can You Assault With A Tweet? (Part III)...read more