In preparation for publication of his book “The Top Fifteen Deadly Social Media Mistakes Lawyers Make,” a desperate journalist sat down for an interview with C. Hank Peters, Big Legal Brain’s iconic mayor and founder. We bring you the full interview here.
Sure, alligators in Florida ate a few lawyers who were tweeting at the time, but that didn’t have anything to do with any “deadly mistakes” they made. Alligators eat people. Get over it.
What’s your personal brand worth on Craigslist or eBay? While many marketing experts recommend that you hire a professional brand appraiser to find out, you can actually get a reasonably accurate appraisal using a simple slide rule and some numbers.
If you find yourself sharing an office with kitty litter and a dehumidifier, here are a few tips to help get your practice off the ground, or at least above the ground.
An avatar can get you that coveted job, keep you in the know, or get you laid– but only if it follows certain guidelines and wears the right clothing and accessories. Not sure what to do? Here are five key things to remember.
Many attorneys underutilize the web and its vast availability of expertness. A prime example is PollDaddy, underutilized by attorneys in their day-to-day legal work. That needs to change.
We bring you Blawg Review 297, the Hair Shirt Edition, complete with hair shirt merchandising and livetweeting of our bonfires. In other words, we compare what’s really burning with what actually should be burned.
It’s not about the sucky message, it’s about how you deliver the sucky message.
In addition to at one time being a revolutionary electronic device, the iPad came with several built-in functions that few people have yet to use, all thanks to the geniuses at Apple.
Weather experts have predicted that cloud computing will take over the legal profession by 2012. We figured it was about time we looked into this.