My lawyer owner is thinking about getting another dog, apparently believing that I’m lonely. I’m fine with Twitter and don’t want some other mate harshing my mellow. What should I do?
There comes a time in a mature law practice when an associate asks “when’s Karaoke?” It’s a fascinating question, full of appropriate cultural and generational minefields. Newer “hip” associates are eager to jump in. Partners less so.
While legal ethics does not apply on the internet, we occasionally come across some fascinating questions. For instance, is it ethical to spank your client?
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.
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.
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.
A life coach is typically the first person you think about when sitting naked in front of the television late at night drinking Cutty Sark
How to increase your online presence by dropping famous names whenever and wherever you can, even in the bathroom.
Don’t confuse posts that have substantive value with posts that have interesting and shiny things in them. Substance died out a while ago. People don’t want it. They want to harvest virtual crops and livetweet football.