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Between Lawyers' "Future of Legal Blogging"

For those not familiar with what's going on at Between Lawyers right now, the Between Lawyers bloggers (Denise Howell, Dennis Kennedy, Tom Mighell,  Marty Schwimmer and Ernest Svenson) are compiling an article of sorts online on the Future of Legal Blogging.  Not only is the format of what they're doing interesting, but there are some great posts being written on all manner of issues surrounding legal blogging.  Particularly interesting, for those considering getting into legal blogging, is Denise Howell's recent post answering the question Should Every Lawyer and Law Firm Have a Blog?  She provides a useful checklist of questions to ponder and comments on additional issues facing law firms as opposed to individual lawyers.  Check it out.


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