I had a blast sitting on a panel with four terrific folks at the annual North American South Asian Bar Association in Vancouver this past weekend. Doug Jasinki (@DougJasinski, www.skunkworks.ca), Sanjiv Kapur (http://jonesday.com/skapur), Shirish Gupta (@shirish_gupta, http://flashpointlaw.com), Samia Kirmani (http://www.jacksonlewis.com/attorneys/vattorney.cfm?aid=893) and I discussed who, how and why lawyers should use new and social media.
Doug and I had pulled together some links to present at the panel, but never got around to using them. As promised at the panel here they are. Hopefully they’ll prove useful for those in attendance and anyone else who happens across this post.
LexTweet: Legal community members who use Twitter.
SecuritiesDocket.com has a directory as well
Law Memo: A good employment law blog (and good Twitter follow, too)
Law.com’s legal blog watch: a blog roll of legal blogs
The Legal Beat: a portal/aggrevator of legal information and news
LinkedIn Groups sorted by the keyword “legal”
Twitter tracking tools rounded up in a nice blog post
Law schools’ social media best practices blog post
C-Level executives social media usage report from Forbes and Google
A great legal content portal – documents, presentations, more
FriendFeed for lawyers – a blog post by a lawyer for lawyers.
Social networking for lawyers – Socialmediatoday post.
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