Ignorance Isn't Bliss When It Comes to Social Media

, The Legal Intelligencer


The use of social media has exploded over the past five years. A large number of lawyers have jumped on the proverbial social media bandwagon and are using these websites both as highly effective marketing tools and as a way to stay connected with friends, family, colleagues and others. The use of social media among young lawyers is particularly prevalent, because many of us have been active participants on these websites since their infancy—starting from the days when you needed a ".edu" email address to register for Facebook.

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