Tag Archives: twitter

A (social media) blast from the past

I wrote two articles for Solicitors Journal about twitter for lawyers 6 years ago (you can read Part 2 here (£) – sadly I can’t find Part 1 any more!). I remember there was only one comment underneath, which, in … Continue reading

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How to be human … a guide for lawyers

I run a knowledge-sharing and networking group called Knowledge Network West (tweet with us on #KNWest) and yesterday was a session discussing how knowledge teams and lawyers can use twitter for learning, knowledge-sharing, and personal and law firm marketing. One … Continue reading

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…but not the twitter

“I like your ideas … but not the twitter … no, absolutely not… it’s a non-starter…” I have to admit that this recent comment in relation to a report to a mid-sized law firm caught me by surprise and prompted … Continue reading

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In praise of serendipity

I was chatting with a Head of Knowledge recently about Twitter and how some sections of the legal sector are very resistant to using it, even as just another broadcast medium or as a knowledge-sharing tool to connect its professionals … Continue reading

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