Tag Archives: social media

Tax Twitter Feeds!

It’s tax season. Because we know how much you love tax season (don’t we all?) and that you can’t get enough tax news, tax updates, tax analysis and tax tips, we offer you The 100 Must-Follow Tax Twitter Feeds from … Continue reading

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New Book: Social Media in the Courtroom

Social media is changing the way in which criminal law is prosecuted, defended, and adjudicated according to the new book by Thaddeus A. Hoffmeister, Social Media in the Courtroom: A New Era for Criminal Justice? This book comprehensively examines the … Continue reading

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9 Tools to Improve Social Media Productivity

Using or thinking about using social media promotion in your practice? Social media management can be a big time sink. These nine tools from consultant Ian Cleary can help save you time and improve your productivity. A short and useful … Continue reading

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Election Day News & Information via Social Media

Keep your finger on the pulse of today’s events at these political hubs: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/#election2012 U.S. Politics on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/uspolitics Google’s Politics and Elections page https://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/home You Tube Politics http://www.youtube.com/user/politics And to help you make sense of the plethora of … Continue reading

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ABA 2012 Tech Survey: Lawyers Using Social Media More

This year’s American Bar Association Tech Survey reveals social media use is increasing among lawyers. Out of 823 respondents, 22 percent indicated their firm has a blog, up from 15 percent, last year. Use of “personal, lawyer-related” blogs is increasing … Continue reading

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Random Cool Stuff from Our U.S. Government Documents Collection

Understanding the Power of Social Media as a Communication Tool in the Aftermath of Disasters is the just-released record of a hearing, last year, before the Senate’s Ad Hoc Committee on Disaster Recovery and Intergovernmental Affairs. The devastating storms that … Continue reading

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